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PLATE GLASS INSURANCES 

AND REPLACEMENTS PROMPTLY EFFECTED AT MODERATE RaTES. 

CALEDONIAN PLATE GLASSINSURAtfCE Co 

(ESTABLISHED 1871 UNDER THE COMPANIES' ACT, 1862-1^7,) 

Head Office— 131 HOPE STREET, GLASGOW, and AGISTS. 
W. M'GAVIN M'CULLOCH, Meager. 



SMSLISH & SCOTTISH XjAW 

LIFE ASSURANCE ASSOCIATION. 

Established 1839. | CAPITAL, ONE MILLION 

120 PRINCES STREET, EDINBURGH, 

TRUSTEES. 
The Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow, Lord Clerk-Register of Scot ind. 
The Right Hon. Lord Moncrieff, Lord Justice-Clerk of Scotland. 
The Honourable Lord Adam. I Edward Kent Karsljke, Esq., Q.C. 

The Honourable Mr Justice Field. j William Smythe, Esq, of Methven. 

Sir Harbinoe Stanl«t Giffard, Q.C., M.P. 
Manager— WILLIAM SMITH, LL.D., F.I. A. 

THE ASSOCIATION transacts all the usual discriptions of LIFE ASSURANCE and 
ANNUIT5T Bu2iness, and also secures ENDOWMENTS, payable curing Life as 

PROVISIONS FOR OLD AGE. 

NINE-TENTHS (90 per cent.) of the PROFITS are divlled among the insured every 
FIVE YEARS. Seven Divisions of Profits have already taken place, at each of which 
BONLTS ADDITIONS, at Rates never lower than One Pound Ten- Shillings per CENr. 
per Annum, were made te all Participating Policies effected for the Wholb Term of 
Life. Thus a Policv for £1000, opened in 1810, now amounts to £1650. 
THE EIGHTH DIVISION OF PROFITS WILL TAKE PLACE AT CHR STMAS 1885. 
Policies effected during 1884 will then be entitled to Two Year's Bonus Additions. 

FAMILY TRUST POLICIES. 
NON-FORFEITURE POLICIES are now issued under the "Married Women's 
Policies of Assurance (Scotland) Act, 1880," securing Family Provisions free 
from control of Creditors, and without a separate Trust Deed. 

Loans are granted, in connection with Life Assurance, on Life Interest, Reversioms, 
Personal, and other approved Securities. 

INVESTED FUNDS. - g- £1,300,000 I EXISTING ASSURANCES, - - £4,350.W!> 
CLAIMS PAID, .... ^2,000,000 | BONUS DECLARED, ^733>'0o0 

105 ST. VINCENT STREET, JOhN OSWALD, Secretary. 

Agents at Rothesay— HERBERT & MADDEVER, Solicitors, County Buildings. 
JAMES HERON, Merchant, East Princes Street. 

Flesher — Lachlin M'Lachlan, 81 £ Montagu© Street, Rothesay. 



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NO RUBBING ! NO SCRUBBING 1 

NO BOILING ! NO BLEACaiNG '! 

In Cleansing Power, has No Equal. 

The Greatest Housewife's Help yet iii vented lor saving 
Time, Labour, and Money ! — 

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Strong, Durable, and so Simple ths.t a Girl can work it 
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CAN BE SEEN WORKING AT 

JAMES H E ATON'S, 

M ANUF ACTURER, 
148 SAUCHIEHALL STREET, 

GL ASGO W, and 
9 VICTORIA STREET, ROTHESAY. 



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CHAPMAN'S 

CELEBRATED 

hoese, sbeip k mm OILS. 

"THE GOLDEN REMEDY." Registered Title [j 
Stands Unrivalled as a Safe, Effectual, and 
Speedy Remedy fc for 

EWES IN DIFFICULT LAMBING. 

MARES IN DIFFICULT FOALING. 

COWS IN DIFFICULT CALVING. 

ft being a sure PREVENTATIVE of PAINING, and as it k 
specially prepared for internal use or external application, it be< 
comes a complete MEDICINE CHEST for the Shepherd. 

It is one of the oldest Cattle Oils now in use, and has rarely, if 
ever, been known to fail — even in the most difficult cases. 



IN BOTTLES at 2/, 2/6, 5/, and 10/, EACH. 

IPCAUTION.— Beware of spurious imitations, the Original and Genuine Chapman's Oils 
have our Registered Trade Mark, the Three Boars Heads aud-the Registered Title, viz., "The 
Gulden Remedy," on each Label. 

Sujk Proprietors and Manufacturers : 

CHAPMAN & SON, GRIMSBY, ENGLAND. 



To be had, Wholesale and Retail, at the 

"WEST COAST JOURNAL OFFICES," and'froin 
PETER WILSON, 36 Argyll St., Lochgilphead. 



Arents Wanted in unrepresented places. Liberal Terms. Apply to the Sole Proprietors am 
Mannfacturers.— QflAi»MAN & SON, Cattle Oil Manufacturers, Great Grimsby, EnchuU 



BOOTS AND SHOES 



BUSINESS ALWAYS INCREASING! 

If the magnitude of a business is a sure gua r antee of the advantages th» 
Public derive in purchasing, 

JOHN GRAY & CO., 

LADYWELL TANNERY AND SHOE FACTORY, MAYBOLE, 

Hold the enviable position of being the LAKGEST BOOT & SHOE MANTJ- 
■FACTUREKS IS SCOTLAND, and the gradual growth of their business 
for half a-centur/, bears su Kcient proof of the excellence of their GoodB. 
Nothing has ever been wanting on their part, in using the Newest Machinery 
and the best Material, to keep up with the times and give the very best valu* 
to the Purchaser. 

Call at our Branch Establishment— 

18 MONTAGUE STREET, ROTHESAY, 

Where you are invite 1 to inspect the largest and best selection of Boots an 
Shoes in town. Compare ihe prices, look at the quality of the Goodi, and by 

ourchaing you will Save your Money. 

The following Branch Establishments show the magnitude of our Business:— 



Aberdeen, 10 and 11 Castle-street. 

Alloa, 42 Mill-street. 

Airdrie 34 Graham-street. 

Annan 11 High-street. 

Banff, 37 Bridge Street. 

Berwick-on-Tweed, 26 High-street. 

Brechin, 17 High-street. 

Ballymena, 9 Mill-street. 

Buckie Square. 

Clydebank 19 iJolumba Place. 

Coatbridge, Main street. 

Cupar, 66 Bonnygate. 

Dumfries, 7,) & 72 Friars Vennel. 

Dunfermline, US High-street. 

Dalkeith, 35 H igh-street. 

Duns South Uastle^Street. 

Elgin, . , 110 High-street 

Edinburgh ] 74 H igh-street. 

Forres, 162 High-street. 

(1 Dalmarnock-road. 

| 160 Paisley-road (West) 
Glasgow, \ 8 & 10 London-street. 

| 373 New City Road. | 

VSpringburn Road. | 

«$ovan, 662 Govau-road 

Greenock 16 Hamilton-street, [st. 

Galashields Thistle House, Channel- 

Haddington, 54 Court-street. 

Hamilton Commercial Buildings. 



Hawick, .., 20 High-street. 

Huntly . . .49 Duke Street. 

Inverness, 45 High-street. 

Irvine 52 High-street. 

Jarrow-on-Tyne,. . .3 Western-road. 

Jedburgh 6 Market-street. 

Kelso, 19 Roxburgh-street. 

( 393 High-st. (foot of Coal- 
Kirkcaldy, .. J. wvnd). [house). 

( 168 High-st. (next Town'* 

Kirkwall Bridge-street. 

Langholm, High-street. 

Maryport Senhouse-street. 

Motherwell, Cross. 

Musselburgh, 69 High-street. \ 

Maybole, Post Vennsl. 

Perth, 155 High-street. 

Nairn 43 High street. 

Partick, 282 Duni barton-road 

Pollokshaws, 105 Main-street. 

Renfrew 2 High-street. 

Rothesay, _ IS Montague-street. 

Stranraer, New Buildings,Bridg« 

Stockton, 6 Central Buildings.[«t 

Strabane Commercial Hotel 

Saltcoats Shopends. [Buildings. 

Thurso, Macdonald-square. 

Wick, New Hotel Building* 

Wisha w, New Bank Building* 



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THIS Establishment is situated in front of the 
Pier, where Steamers arrive and Depart every | 
half-hour, arid affords Magnificent Views of the Bay, 
Loch Striven, and the Kyles of Bute. Tourists by 

tHe IONA, COLUMBA, LORD OF THE ISLES, &C, Will find 

the BUTE ARMS one of the most comfortable 
resting-places on the West Coast of Scotland. 



BRYCE FERGUSON, 

Bookseller, Stationer, Newsagent, and Bookbinder, 

49 MONTAGUE STREET, ROTHESAY. 

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Orders for Eooks, Newspapers, Pe. iodic il aid Marines, prompt'y attended to ■ 
Views of Rothesav, and of the Castle, on Note Paper. 
Eooks Bound Ne.t'y to any Pattern Required. 
All Articles in the Stationery Department at Moderate Pric s andof GoodQuality ., 
Bibles, Te.st-;inents, and School Requisites. 



J. M'KIRDT, Successor to 

D. SOMERVILLE, 

77 Victoria Street, Rothesay. 

Umbrellas, Combs, Brushes, Toys, Fancy Goods, and other Useful Articles* 
Umbrellas Made, Covered and Repaired. 



Isle of Bute Bouquet, (ThaQ^nofPerf^b 
The Mystery Bouquet. 



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HICKS <5& SON, 

Established 1826. 

VICTORIA STREET & GUILDFORD SQUARE, 

Sole Proprietors. 

GEORGE WILLIAM GOUGH, 
16 Castle Street, Rothesay. 

Plans Measured and Specifications Drawn Out. 

HOUSE AGENT, 
MONTAGUE STREET, 

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Office Two Minutes Walk from Pier— Street Floor. 

PRINTED LIST OF FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET 
Free on Application. 

ROBERT PATERSON, 

Practical Upholsterer, 

and Window Blind Maker, 
115 MONTAGUE SRTEET, ROlHhSA/. 

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Hair, Wool, and Straw Mattresses, and all kinds of Bedding, 
Wools, &c, kept in Stock. Jobbings of all descriptions in the trade 

attended to. Moderate Charges. 



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LIVING WONDERS 

Of the Mighty Deep in their Spacious Tanks, holding 
Many Thousand Gallons of Sea Water. 



TRAINED SEALS 

From the Arctic Eegions sporting in their 
Capacious Pond. 






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MIDLINE!?,, 

79 MONTAGUE STREET, ROTHESAY. 

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Flowers, Ribbons, Velvets, Buttons, Stays, Feathers, Laces, Wools, 

Trimmings, Scarfs, Collars, Cuffs, Gloves, Ladies' 

Underclothing, &c. 

CABINET AND CHAIR MAKER, 
Upholsterer, Polisher, and Picture-Framer ; 

56 MONTAGUE ST., 
ROTHESAY. 



Repairs, &c, punctually attended to. Feathers, Wools, Beds, and Bedding 
always kept in Stock. Furniture Stored. 



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TO BE HAD FROM 



fcf JAMES CUNNINGHAM, =03 

Jf amilg (§xmx t fa & ^xobmon Pendant, 
81 MONTAGUE STREET, ROTHESAY. 

A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. 

WILSONS & COMPANY, 

FRUIT GROWERS, 

NURSERYMEN, 

& SEEDSMEN, 

17 VICTORIA STREET, ROTHESAY. 

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Nurseries— Eden Place, High Street, 



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WEST COAST 

II11S1I 

& ADVERTISER. 

A Weekly NEWSPAPER 
Printed and Published 
simultaneously in Bute 
and Argyll. Price id. 



WEST COAST 

A Crown 8vo Annual issued 
in December, and containing 
Local Business Directory, Cal- 
endar, Diary, and useful Gen- 
eral and Postal Information. 
Price 2d. 



WEST COAST 

A Crown 8vo Annual, issued 
at Whitsunday, and containing 
the Officials, &c. in District, 
Householders in Buteshire, 
and Oban, and Street List for 
Rothesay Price, Is. 



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A Crown 32mo. , issued Monthly, 
containing Maps of Bute and 
Rothesay, A.B.C.Time Tables, 
Steamer, Railway, 'Bus, Cab, 
and Tram. Fares" useful local 
and general information Id. 



WEST COAST ANNUAL 

BlfDIIf, <£> 

Crown Svo. Annual, issued 
before the beginning of each 
year, containing Diary for 
every day in the year, Notes 
on Gardening, State Officials, 
and a fund of information. Id. 



map of the 

gill Hill: 

17 by 13 inches. Drawn from 
Ordnance Survey, 4 miles to 
the inch. This is a neat, 
handy, and serviceable little 
companion alike to the tour- 
ist and the residenter. 2d. 



JOHN CHRISTISON, 

WRIGHT AND BUILDER, 
FUNERAL UNDERTAKER &e„ 



All Kinds of Work Estimated for. 



OPPOSITE STEAMBOAT PIER. 

E. NICHOLSON. 

THIS HOUSE occupies a most Convenient Situation, commanding a 
Magnificent View of the Entrance to the Kyles of Bute, Loch Striven, 
and surrounding scenery. The "Lome" has been recently |enlarged, and 
Elegantly Eurnished in the most Modern Style. 

SAMPLES AND ILLJJSTRATED PRICE LISTS POST FREE. 

PJSK DOZ r 

Children's Is bd 

CAMBRIC |S:=:;;:::::::::::::: : S SI 

Hemstched, Ladies 3s lid 

« <*?_ „ Gents' 6s 9d 

jffiTffih All Pure Flax. 

By Appointments to the Queen T) C\ P\ "IT T} f[\ " The Cambrics of Robin- 
and Crown Princess of JL U IJ-LYXj -L son and Cleaver have a 

Germany. ~ world-wide fame.- Queen 

HANDKERCHIEFS- 

ROBINSON & CLEAVER, BELFAST. 



JOHN 0. SHARP, DRAPER, 

WHILE thanking his Customers and the Public generally for their kindness 
during the last 13 years, would like to remind them that he has just 
returned from the Markets with all the New Goods for the Season, and while 
he does not buy Low-priced Goods, to make people believe that they are getting 
bargains, he is prepared to surply a good article as cheap as is to be had any- 
where. 

One Trial Solicited. 
The following is a list of the Departments :— 
Blankets, Bed Covers, Carpets, Crumbcloths, Cloths, Cottons, Dress Stuffs, 
Door Mats, Flannels, Hearth Rugs, Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Linens, Sheet- 
ings, 1 owelings, Umbrellas, Shirtings, Wax Cloths, Yarns, Small Wares. 

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GIVES LESSONS IN 

SINGING, PIANO, 

HARMONIUM & ORGAN, 

Croft Lodge, West Bat, Rothesay. 

Glasgow and Rothesay Carrier, 

20 & 28 HOWARD STREET GLASGOW ; 

58 MONTAGUE STREET, ROTHESAY, 

Parcels received from and forwarded to all parts of the world. 
Established over Twenty Years. 



UPHOLSTERER, 

Wm&0to-§lmi) anb § tttiJing fflamtfafterar, 
81 VICTORIA STREET, ROTHESAY. 

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s Jobbing carefully and speedily attended to. 

ROBERT MACFIE, 

/amtli) (Srocer, Sea ani) Wine 31terc()atit, 

GEELONG BUILDINGS, 1Q ARGYLE STREET, 

Foot of Chapelhill Road, 

ROTHESAIT. 



Families supplied with British and Foreign Spirits, Edinburgh Ales, Bass' and AUsopp'* 
Pale Ales, and Reid's London and Guinness' Dublin Porter. 

A Trial respectfully solicited. All Orders promptly executed 



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DRESS AND MANTLE MAKER, 
20 Bridge Street, Rothesay. 

Trimmings, Furnishings, etc. kept in Stock. 



^AIGIIBAIl ♦ TOR NEI^ 

House Agent, 

and Piermaster, 



William B. Montgomerie, 

FAMILY BKEAD, 

BISCUIT AND PASTRY BAKER, 

CONFECTIONER, etc., 

10 (Bast princes Street, ftotljesat). 



All Orders Punctually Attended to, 



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Established 1830. 



ROTHESAY LIVERY POSTING 

& CARRIAGE HIRING STABLES, 

STORE LANE, (off Watergate St.,), ROTHESAY. 
MOODIE & WALLACE, Proprietors. 



Superior Hearse and Mourning Coach.— Charges Moderate. 
Orders Punctually Attended to. j 



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Daniel Cunningham, 

Plumber and Zinc Worker, 

102 Montague Street, Rothesay. 

J. MILLER & SON, 

SLATERS, 

5 Columshill Street, Rothesay. 

JOHN SPENCE, 

Slater and Cement Worker 

9 Stuart Street, Rothesay 

A. & E. M'NAB, 

Joiners, Glaziers, and Funeral Undertakers, 

5| East Princes Street, Rothesay. 

ADAM HUNTER, 

Family Grocer, 
47 Victoria St., (Opposite the Esplanade). 

ARCHD. MACINTOSH, 

(Established 1838), 

Pharmaceutical Chemist, 

21 Montague Street, Rothesay, 

and PORT-BANNATYNE. 

NATIONAL SECURITY 

15 HIGH STREET, ROTHESAY. 
Open Daily from 10 to 3 o'clock, and on Saturday Evenings from 7 to 9. 

JAS. MACFIE, FAMILY GROCER, AND WINE MERCHANT, 
6 & 8 HIGH STREET, ROTHESAY. 

Always on hand a Large and Well-Selected Stock of Teas, "Wines, Groceries, Malt 
Liquors, and Provisions — all of which are of the Best Quality. A Regular Supply of 
Country Eggs, and Finest Fresh and Country Powdered Butter. Orders called for Every 
Morning when desired, and Despatched with all Promptitude. 



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Auctioneer and House Agent, 

9 VICTORIA STREET, 

ROTHESAY 

City of Glasgow Life Insurance Compy. 
Royal Insurance Company. 
Standard 3?late-Grlass Insurance Compy. 
Scottish. Life & Accid ent Insurance Coy. 

PETER STE-W"A.miV 

ilgent, ClgDeshale Jtanfi, Jtotljesai). 
North Uritish and Mercantile 

INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Established 1809. 

Incorporated by Royal Charter. 

Capital, £2^500,000. 

Reserve Fund, 1,170,000. 

FIRE-LIPE-AND ANNUITY BUSINESS. 

ROBERT MACKIRDY, Agent, Bank of Scotland, Rothesay- 

qfTSEN INSURANCE COMPANY.— Capital, £1,000,000, Home and Foreign Fire an d 
Life Insurance of Every Description, at Moderate Rates. Losses Settled Prompfcl y 
and Liberally. 

BONUS YEAR.— EDINBURGH LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY.— Established 1832, 
and Incorporated by Act qf Parliament- Sixty-First Year.— Total Assurances since 
1823, £16,100,000. 

BUTE INSURANCE COMPANY Limited. 

MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CORPORATION, Limited.- Guaranteed Fund, £1,090,000 

UNION PLATE -GLASS INSURANCE COMPANY. 

Prospectuses and Proposal Forms may be had gratis from 

ROBERT MacALPINE, Agent, Burgh Office, Rothesay. 



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FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, 
19 31IUI Street 3lot0csag. 



Jobbing in House and Cabinet Work promply attended to. 



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9 JOHN STREET, ROTHESAY, 



J. M'KIRDY, PROPRIETOR. 

Blankets, Sheetings, Druggets, Tweeds, etc., Made to Order. 

ROBERT M'BRIDE, 
BLACKSMITH, 

1 John Street, Rothesay. 

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Horse Shoeing and General Smith Work. 



James Hunter 9 

Tea and Coffee Merchant and General Grocer, 

10 West Princes Street, Rothesay. 

J. C % Neilson, 

Family Bread and Biscuit Baker, 

101 Montague Street, Rothesay, 

JW'Callum & Marshall. 

Joiners, and Funeral Undertakers, 

50 High Street, Rothesay. 

F, H m Squair, 

(Successor to Robert Taylor),, 

BUTCHER, 

6 Gallowgate, Rothesay- 

John Edgar, 

2'anner, Currier, and Leather Merchant, 

West Castle Street, Rothesay- 

Always on hand a Good Assortment of all Kinds of Leather. 

Daniel JLmgtmu 

(Lately Vanman with Mr John Montgomerie),. 

Family Bread and Pastry Baker, 

77 High Street, Rothesay. 

Finest Bread and Pastry. Personal attention to all Orders. 

JDugald Weir, 

Boot and Shoemaker, 

71 Montague Street, Rothesay. 

Agent for the Bective Boot. Very Large Stock of all kinds to Select from. 
Head Quarters for Coast Shoes. Inspection Invited. 

REFRESHMENT ROOMS, 

DANIEL M'LEARY, 

15 WATERGATE STREET, ROTHESAY. 

Hot Victuals on the shortest notice. Fish and Tripe Suppers^ 






TEMPERANCE HOTEL. 

FRONTING THE BAY. 



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WRIGHTS & BUILDERS, 

25 Bridge Sti\eet, -Rothesay. 

All Kinds of Work Estimated for. 

ALEX. RANKIN, 

htkkt ill #itfitte, 

25 VICTORIA STREET, 

(Opposite Band Stand, Next Door to Post Office). 

ROTHESAY 



Braces, Scarfs, Shirts, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Gloves, etc. 

JAMES GALLOWAY, 

Wine ui Spirit ierelant, 

GUILDFORD S QUARE , ROTHESAY. 

Galloway's Famed Blend. 

Bass', Allsopp's, and Guinesses' Stout. 

Finest Old Brandies. 




MONUMENTS, TOMB-STONES, 
WALL - TABLETS, 

and every description of 

CEMETERY MEMORIALS 

In Freestone, Marble, Red or 

Grey Granite. 



Granite Monuments from £6, including 
Fitting-up. 



Erected, or Delivered in all parts 
of the Country. 

Designs and Prices Free on application 
to 

JAMES KZEKm 3 < 

MONUMENTAL WOEKS, 

CEMETERY GATE, ROTHESAY. 

House, 121 High Street. 

Orders left at the West Coast Journal Offices, Eothesay & Lochgilphead, will "be attended to. 



INSURANCES 

EFFECTED ON 

LIFE and PROPERTY 

At MODERATE PREMIUMS, by 



FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENT, 
22 BRIDGE STREET, ROTHESAY. 



Prudential Life Assurance Company, 

London, Edinburgh, and Glasgow Accident Assurance Company. 

London Assurance Corporation. 
Bute Insurance Company. 



JOHN ORKNEY, 

Clothier, Draper, 

Hosier, Outfitter, &c, 

WEST END VICTORIA STREET. 



Agent foe MAGHEEAMORNE IRISH LIME. 




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Begs to intimate to the Visitors to, and Residenters of 
Rothesay and Surrouuding Districts that he has at 

THE ROTHESAY LIVERY STABLES, 
7 BISHOP STREET. 

Eirst-Class Horses, New Landaus, &c, and 
Steady Drivers. 
First-Class Hearse and First- Class Mourning Coach. 
Orders Funcu&Uy Attended to. 



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J©Hi§ MACK1NLAY, 

BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, AND NEWSAGENT, 
POST OFFICE, ROTHESAY. 

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All the Leading PUBLICATIONS on Hand. 

[BOOKBINDING in all its Branches. 

A Magnificent Variety of WHITE WOOD GOODS with Local Views suitable 

for Souvenirs and Birthday Presents. 

Splendid Selection of PHOTOGKAPHS of Scottish Scenery. 

Morning and Evening Papers Delivered on Arrival of Steamers. 
A Well-Selected Circulating LIBRARY has been added to the Establishment. 



ARCHAEOLOGICAL & PHYSICAL SOCIETY OF BUTE'S 

ON THE CHAPELHILL. 
Well Worth a Visit. Admission Threepence. 

Open from 10 a.m. till Dusk. 



BLACKIE'S BUTE TEMPERANCE HOTEL, 

FRONTING THE PIER, 

Watergate and West Princes Street Corner. 

WELL AIRED BEDS AND MODERATE CHARGES. 

ALEX. PEACOCK & SON, 

Plumber, Gasfitter, and Zinc Worker, 

63 Ardbeg Road, Rothesay. 

Branch from 133 Great Western Road, Glasgow. House— 43 Ardbeg Road. 
Hot and Cold Water Appliances, BelUumgmg, Pumps, Rones Ridges, &e.,| 




The QUEEN'S HOTEL 

W5S? B4Y, SSPI&M9S, 

ROTHESAY. 



Four Minutes Walk from the Pier. 

BEAXJTIFULL1T SITUATED. 

Extensive Garden and Grounds attached 

to the Hotel. 

Families Boarded by the Week or Month. 

The Tariff will be found very reasonable. 

D. MACPHERSON, Proprietor. 
(Late of Inveraray.) 



BOOTMAKER, 
55 VICTORIA STREET- ROTHESAY. 



THOMPSON'S Goods admittedly combine Ease with Elegance, Light- 
ness with Durability, and Thorough Protection from Damp. He 
attends personally to the Bespoke Trade ; get his Lasts made by the 
best Makers ; and in all cases Guarantees a Perfect Fit, irrespective of 
Peculiar Foot Formation. 
Every Novelty in the Trade kept in Stock, or procured on the Shortest 

Notice. 

He also supplies the Natural Tennis and Yachting Shoes, as Worn by 

the Nobilitv. 

BOOT MAKER, 
55 VICTORIA STREET, ROTHESAY. 




The QUEEN'S HOTEL 

WIS? m% tSf MIADI, 
ROTHESAY. 



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Extensive Garden and Grounds attached 

to the Hotel. 

Families Boarded by the Week or Month. 

The Tariff will be found very reasonable. 

D. MACPHERSON, Proprietor. 
(Late of Inveraray.) 



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ness with Durability-, and Thorough Protection from Damp. He 
attends personally to the Bespoke Trade ; get his Lasts made by the 
best Makers ; and in all cases Guarantees a Perfect Fit, irrespective of 
Peculiar Foot Formation. 
Every Novelty in the Trade kept in Stock, or procured on the Shortest 

Notice. 

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fied, in any or all of the fleet of (21) Steamers, 
to any part of the Highlands at which they may call. 
One Week £3;^T\vo Waeks £5; or Sis 
separate Cays, £3 10s. 

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WAY by Steamship "Claymork," or "Clansman." 
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for the round,- with superior sleeping accommo- 
dation, 45s ; or including meals, 80s. The route 
is through scenery rich in-historical interest, and 
Unequalled for grandeur and variety. 
The Staam-Ship CAVALIERor STAFFA leaves 
Glasgow every Monday and Thursday at 11 am., 
and Greenock at 4 p.m., for Inverness. From 
Inverness every Monday and Thursday morning ; 
Cabin Fare for 'the Trip," with First-Class Sleeping 
Accommodation, 3<V ; or including Meals, by 
Steamer leaving Glasgow on Monday 56/, on Thurs- 
day 6V. 

Official Guide, 3d ; Illustrated, 6d ; Cloth Gilt, 
Is. Time Bill with Map and Fares, free at Mr 
Robert Watson, Agent, Rothesay, or post free 
from the -wner, 
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INTRODUCTION. 



_>E have again the pleasure of. placing our annua! 
fcaRS<i Directory in the hands of the public, which 
we respectfully do with gratitude for past favours. 

The West Coast Directory is rapidly increasing 
in favour; and with the view of making it still more 
valuable, we are about to make arrangements for printing 
Householders Lists of several additional Coast Towns. 

To those who have assisted us in our compilations 
we tender our best thanks ; and invite the co-operation 
of those in localities not yet having full lists. 

The revisal of our various lists has cost much careful 
labour, and in several cases caused delay; To make the 
lists yet more perfect, and to expedite and extend tha 
publication, shall be the aim of 

HIGGIE & PATERSON. 



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Contents. vn« 

County cf CROMARTY, * 62 

SUTHERLAND, 63 

CAITHNESS, .. .. .. » 64 

RENFREW, .. 65 

DUMFRIES, .. ..'"' .. .. 66 

WIGTOWN, .. .. .... .. .67 

„ KIRKCUDBRIGHT, .. *. 68 

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HOUSEHOLDERS Alphabetically Arranged :— 
County of BUTE, ' 

ISLE of BUTE, 
rothesay, . . .. . . .. .. »„ 09 

North Bute,.. .. .. .. ...... .. 97 

KlNGAKTH, ,. .. .. .. . . .. 102 

13LE of ARRAN, 

KlLBRIDB, .. .... .. .. .. 106 

K.ILMORY, .. .. .. .. .. .. „. Ill 

THE CUviRRAhS, 

Millport, .. .. .. .. .. .„ .. 110 

County of ARGYLL 

Oban, .. .. «i .. .. .. .. 124 

MIS ESS. 

A STREET LIST, giving thy Names of the Inhabitants of the differeo 
Houses :-- 

ROTHESAY,... .. .......... •• .. •• « - .. 133 

TABLES— Useful Miscellaneous; 

Ready Reckoner, .. .. .. .. «. 153 

Breeders' Calrndar,.. .. .. .. .. .. 164 

Weight of Cattle, .. .. .. .. .. ... 157 

Weight of Hay, .. mJ> ,„ .. .. ^ 169 



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extensive and varied Experience. Bills, 
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printable, on the shortest notice, and in a 
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Inclination, and purse -of anyone. Send 
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OFFICIAL D T RECTOR 'Y.— Vnbl\c Officials ; Militia and Volunteer Officer*) 
Clergymen ; Bui kers , Lawyers ; Teachers ; Office- Bearers of Joint-Stock 
Cotupinie-, Benefit, and other Societies ; Fast Days; Fairs j Valuation; 
Communications ; Postal Arrangements } &c, &c.:— 

COUNTY OF BUTE, .. .. .. .. 1 

ISLE OF BUTE, .. .. , 

Parish of Rothesay, .. ... .. .. .. 

Bukgh of Rothesay, .. .. .. .. .. 

Parish of North Buts, .. .. .. .. .. 18 

Parish of Kinoabth, .. .. .. .. .. 20 

ISLE OF ARRAN. .. .. .. .. .. .. 22 

Pari-h or Kjlbridb, .. .. .. .. .„ ..22 

Parish of Kilmory, . . . . . . . . . . 23 

THE CUMBRAES, 24 

Burgh of Millport, .. .. .. .. .. .. 24 

Valuation and Population, . . . . .. . . . . 27 

Constituencies, .. .. .. .. .. .. 27 

Assessments, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 23 

Fiars Pkices, .. .. .. .. .. ... 88 

COUNTY OF A YR 29 

Largs District, .. .. .. .. .. .. SO 

COUNTY OF ARYGYLL, .. 32 

DuyonN District, .. .. .. .. .. 38 

TlOHNABRUAlCH, .. .. .. .... .. 39 

CampbklTown, .. .. .. .. .. .. 40 

Tarbert, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 43 

Lochgilphead and Ardbishaio, .. .. .. .. 44 

Invekaray, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 47 

?•? Oban, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 49 

Isle of Islay,.. .. .. .. ., ■• .. 53 

' Isle of Mull (Tobermory). . .. .. .. .. 55 

COUNTY OF DUMBARTON, 57 

Helensburgh, .. .. .. .. .. .. 57 

County of INVERNESS, 60 

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proved Machinery, willing Hands, and 
extensive and varied Experience. Bills, 
Posters, Books, Circulars, Account Tops, 
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printable, on the shortest notice, and in a 
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THE BEST SYSTEM OF SHORTHAND 
is Mr Isaac Pitman's PHONOGRAPHY. 
It is easily acquired, is as legible as longhand, 
and may be written six or eight times as fast. * 

GEORGE HIGGIE, 

Certificated Teacher, 

Member of the Phonetic Society, &c, 

Bqthesay and Lochgilphead, & 

Givw Instruction Personally or through th» 
Post. 



FiVRT I. 

COUNTY OF BUTE. 



Valuation of Buteshire, including Burgh of Rothesay, £119,160. Popu- 
lationin 1871, 16,965 ; in 1881, 17,489. Parliamentary Constituency. 
1561. 

Population— Bute, 10,971; Cumbrae, 1845; Arran, 4678—17,489. 

County Assessments, 7d per £ I. 

Lieutenancy. — Lord Lieutenant and High She?'iff, Lieut-Colonel James 
Frederick Dudley Crichton Stuart. Vice-Lieutenant, General Chas. 
Stuart. Deputy-Lieutenants — E. H. Crawford of Auchenames; Ma- 
jor George Douglas ; A. S. Finlay of Castle Toward ; Earl of Glas- 
gow ; James Lamont of Knockdhu ; Lord Mure, Edinburgh ; the 
Provost of Rothesay ; Thomas Russell of Ascog ; Herbert Crichton 
Stuart; Bight Hon. James Stuart Wortley. Clerk, John McEwen, 
95 Bath Street, Glasgow. 

Member of Parliament.— Charles Dalrymple, Esq. of New Hailea and 
Ardencraig. 

Commissioners of Supply. — Convener, The Bight Honourable the 
Earl of Glasgow. Clerk of Supply and Collector of County Rates, 
John T. Wilson, writer, Rothesay. Valuation Assessor, and Assessor 
under the County Voters Registration Act, John Muat, Greenock. 
Keeper of Court Houses, Angus McAlpine. Analyst, J. VV. Biggart, 
Greenock. 

Sheriff Court. — The Cpurt meets at Rothesay on Tuesdays and Thurs- 
days. Small Debt Courts, Thursdays. Circuit Small Debt Courts 
meet Quarterly at Brodick and Millport. Sheriff, Hon. Henry J. 
Moncrieff, advocate. Sheriff-Substitute, Robert Orr. Hon. Sheriff- 
Sub., Arch. Mackirdy. Procurator- Fiscal,~W ,0.~W . Maddever. Clerk, 
Daniel Macbeth; Clerks-Depute — Bothesay, A. D. Macbeth. Brod- 
ick, John Fullarton ; Millport, James Carmichael and Jas. Ross. 
The Circuit Co art for Buteshire meets six times a year at Glasgow. 

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County of Official Directory. Bute. 

6th Brigade Scottish Division Royal Artillery. Meets annually 
for drill at Campbeltown.— Hon.- Col. SmoJlet M. Eddingtoa 
late Lieutenant and Adjutant, 78th Foot. Lieut.-Col, 
W. J. Scarlett. Major, C. N. Lamont. Adjutant, CaptW. Hanna. 
e.a. Captains, J. W. McDougall, Jimes M. Mutter, L. A. 
Walker-Jones, and James T. Nichol, Lieutenants, Hector Macneal. 
Simpson Duguid, and A. C. Baldwin. Surgeon-Major, Wm, Gibson. 
Instructor of Artillery, Capt. J. T. Nichol. 

Argyll and Bute Artillery Volunteers.— Lieut-Col Commandant, 
Fred. Campbell. Lieut. -Col., James Bett. Majors, Dugald Mac- 
Lachlan and Angus White. Adjutant, Captain Reginald Oakes,R.A,, 
Rothesay, Brigade Surgeons, J. Hunter, m.d., Lochgilphead; and 
Wm. Hunter, Rothesay. 

No 8. Battery, Rothesay. — Captain, J. W. Stnart. Lieutenant, 
Adam D. Macbeth, Chaplain. Rev. J. F. M Pberson, Green- 
ock, Drill- Instructor, Sergeant-Major George Madden, ra. 

No, 9 Battery, Millport.— Captain, LieutenanU 

Drill- Instructor, Battery Sergeant-Major Thomas 
Henry. 

1st Renfrewshire Rifle Volunteers,— Hon. Colonel, Sir Michael Shaw 
Steuart, Bart, Lieutenant Colonel, William Ross, Hon: Col. Ma- 
jor, W. O. Leitch. Adjutant, Captain Orosbie Surgeon- Major, 
John C.Maddev^r, m.d. Chaplain, Rev. Peter McFariane, b.a. 

L Company (Bute)— Captain, John MeEwen. Lieutenants, John T, 
Wilson, and John McLsaae Drill Instructor, Sergeant John Ronald. 

Justices of the Peace.— Isle or Bute— Chas. Dalrymple, m p., Arden- 
craig ; Provobt Bobt. Sharp, ex-Provosts Charles Duncan, Arch. 
Mackirdy, J. A. Mackechnie, and John Orkney, Dr Hunter, John 
Jamieson, Captain Hector Macfie, John Mackirdy, Dr Maddever, 
James Miller, John Windsor Stuart, and Bwilie Thomson, Rothe- 
say ; P. J. Hamilton. Robt. McAlister, Thos. Russell, David A, 
Smith and William Spencer, jun., Aseog ; Duncan Macrae, North 
Bute ; and John McEwen, Glasgow. 

Island of Arran. — Jas. Allan, Lamlash ; Patrick Murray, Brodick; 
J. C. Spiers, Bennecarrigau ; Donald MAllister, Tormore ; John 
Morton, Mauchrie : and Wm. Tod, Glenree, 

C umbrae.— -The Earl of Glasgow, James Brown, Archibald Mackay, 
Robert Robertson, Breakough ; Archibald Scott, Ardenlea ; and 
Alex. Smart, Clifton House, Millport. 

Ex-Officiis, The Sheriff, and Sheriff- Substitute ; the Provost, Bailies 
•iii.t Dean of Guild of Rothesay; the Baron Bailie of Mountstuart 
(Charles Duncan, Rothesay), and the Chiei Magistrate of Millport 
(Lord Glasgow.) 



County _o£ Official Directory. Bide. 

Procurator- Fiscal. Win. C. W. Maddever. Clerk, Darnel Macbeth. 
Inspector of Weights and Measures, James McNab. Officers, Peter 
Campbell and William Grant. 

Property a,nd Income Tax Commissioners.— Provost Sharp, Bailie 
Thomson, Charles Duncan, and Archibald Mackirdy, Rothesay ; 
and Thorn is Russell of Ascog. 

County Licensing Committee. — Provost Sharp, Charles Duncan, 
Archibald Mackirdy, John Orkney, John Mackirdy ,John McEwen, 
Dr William Hunter, Captain Hector Ma' fie, and Bailie Thomson, 
Rothesay; James Allan, Lamlash ; and Arch. Mackay, Millport. 
Clerk, W. C W. Maddever. 

Contagious Diseases (Animals) Board. — Tsle of Bute— The Lord 
Lieutenant and Sheriff of the County, Provost Sharp, Bailie 
McKinlav, Bailie Thomson, ex Provost Chas. Duncan, and J. W. 
Stuart, Rothesay ; F. Pitman, Edinburgh ; Thomas Russell of 
Ascng ; James Duncan, Bannatyne Mains; James Duncan, Kil- 
chattaii ; Thomas Haig, Rothesay ; Robert McAlister, MidAscog; 
John McCoikiiechy,Laruivrechtan ; Thomas Stevenson, Ardmaleish. 
J. C Stewart, Upper Ardroscadle ; and Charles Duncan, Kilmory. 

Arran — Patrick Murray, Brodick ; John Wallace, Whiting Bay, 
John Brown, Shedog ; and William Tod, Glenree. 

Cumbrae— Earl of Glasgow, Robert Robertson, Breakough; W. J. 
Armstrong, Fairlie. 

Clerk, John T. Wilson. Inspector, John Mackay, Chief Constable. 
Veterinary Inspector, W. Moodie, m.r.c.v.s. 

County Police Committee-— Chairman, Sheriff Orr ; the Lord Lieu- 
tenant, the Sheriff, Provost Sharp, Bailie McKinlay, Bailie Thom- 
son,^ John W. Stuart, Charles Duncan, Wm. Hunter, Rothesay ; 
Thomas Russell, Ascog ; James Duncan, Rhubodach ; Archibald 
Lamont, Port -Bannatyne ; John Cumming, Kilchattan; Patrick 
Murray, Brodick ; Arch. Scott, Wm. Wishart, Millport ; and 
W. J. Armstrong, Fairlie. 
Clerk, JohnT. Wilson. Chief Constable, John Mackay. 

District Board cf Lunacy. — Chairman, John W. Stuart ; Provost 
Sharp, Bailies McKinlay and Thomson, and Charles Duncan„Rothe- 
say; Thomas Russell, Ascog; and James Duncan, Bannatyne Mains. 
Clerk and Treasurer, William Auld Wilson. 

County Road Board.— Chairman, The Earl of Glasgow. 

Bute — Sheriff Orr, Charles Duncan, J. W. Stuart, Malcolm Weir 
Rotl esay ; Jol n Cumming, Kilchattan Ba ; IhaiL^ 1 m can, 



County of Official Directory. Butt. 

Kilmory ; James Duncan, Bannatyne Mains ; James Duncan, 
Meikle Kilchattan; Daniel Macbeth, Ardascog ; and Thomas Rua- 
sell, Ascog 

Arran— Jaines Allan, Clauchlands; D. McAllister, Sannox ; Patrick 
Murray, Brodick ; James Allan, Balnacoole ; and James Currie, 
Drumadoon. 

C umbrae — Dr M'Gown, Wm. Allan, Arch. Scott, and Wm. Wishart. 
Millport; Robert Robertson, Breakough; and W.J. Armstrong, 
Fairlie. 

County Road Cleric and Treasurer — John T, Wilson, Rothesay, 
Auditor— Wm. M'Intosh. 

District Clerks and Treasurers — John T. Wilson, Rothesay ; P. W« 
Ballingall, Arran ; William Hunter, Cumbrae. 

Prison Visiting Committee. — Sheriff Orr, and Provost Sharp. 

Taxes. — Collector of County Rates, John T. Wilson. Collector of Income 
Tax, Rochfort Connor, Greenock. Surveyor, John Muat, Greenock, 
Cleric, W. C. W. Maddever, Rothesay. 

Stamp Office.- -Sub- Distributor of Stamps and Sub-Collector of Taxes, 
Robert Mackirdy, Bank of Scotland, Rothesay. 

Excise.— Supervisor, George Boyd, Bowling. Officer, Judge, 

Rothesay. 

Fishery. — Officer, John Skinner. 

Bute Insurance Company Limited --Chairman, Ex-Provost Mackech- 
nie. Secretary and Treasurer, Daniel Macbeth. 

Political Associations. — Buteshire Liberal Association, Estab* 
lished, 1879. — President, Thomas Russell, Esq. of Ascog. Secy. 
John McEwen, Glasgow. 

Buteshire Conservative Association — Established 1880. Presi- 
dent, J. W. Stuart. Secretary, Wm. Mcintosh. 

For Branches, see Districts. 

Buteshire Wine, Spirit, and Beer Trade Association.— President, 
James Heaton. Secretary, George Thomson. Treasurer, John 
Turner. 

For District Officials see District Lists. 



ISLE OF BUTE. 



Lord of the Manor. — John Patrick Crichton Stuart, Marquess 
of Bute, k.t. Factor on Bute Estate, John Windsor Stuart. Baron 
Bailie of Bute, Fred. Pitman, w.s., Edinburgh. Baron Bailie of 
Mountstuart, Charles Duncan, Woodend. 

Bute Farmers' Society.— Hon, President, The Marquess of Bute, 
President, James Duncan. Meikle Kilchattan. Vice-President, 
William Stewart, Kerrycroy. Hon. Treasurer, Robert Watson, 
steamboat agent. Hon. Secretary, T, W Alexander, writer. 

Horticultural and Aparian Society of Bute,— Hon, Presidents, The 
Marquess of Bute-; Earl of Glasgow. Hon. Vice Presidents— C. Dal- 
ryruple, Esq., M.P.; T. RusseirEsq,, M.P. of Ascog; G. R. Stephen- 
son, Esq. of Glen Caladh; Wm. Spencer, Esq. of South Park; Major 
Macrae, Knmes Castle; P.J. Hamilton, Esq. Ascog. President — 
The Provost of Rothesay. Vice-Presidents, D, Smith Esq. of Mill- 
bank; J. W. Stuart, Esq.; D.M. Taylor, Esq.; Rev. Canon Weldon; 
Rev, Wm, Ross; J. T. Wilson, Esq.; ex-Bailie M/Millan; ex-Bailie 
M Lean$ Capt. Campbell; ex- Bailie Heaton. 
Secretary— Mr David Wallace, Lincoln Villa, Ardbeg, Treasurer- 
Mr John Kidd, Bishop Street. Committee of 6 Gardeners and 6 
Amateurs, Annual exhibition on 21st August. 

Archaeological and Physical Society of Bute.— (Museum, Chapelhill). 
— Hon. President, Marquess of Bute, k.t. Hon. Vice-Presidents, 
Charles Dalrymple, M.F.; Thomas Russell of Ascog ; and George R* 
Stephenson. Esq., of Glen Caladh; Rev. Wm. Ross, t.s.a.s., m.r.i.a. 
President, John Mackay, f.e.i.s. Vice-Presidents, Bailie Thomson, 
and Dr Hall. Secretary, A. D. Macbeth. Treasurer, Wm. Mcin- 
tosh. Meteorologist, James Kay, Barone Cottage. 

Hoyal Nothern Yacht Club.— Club House, Argyle Street, West Bay. 
— Commodore, The Right Hon. the Earl ot Glasgow. Vice-Coin- 
modore, Sir Michael Shaw Stewart. Rear-Commodore, Mr David 
Tod, schooner Melita. Stewards, Mr John Harvey, Mr Francis 
Powell, Mr James Reid, and Mr J. D. Hedderwick. Hon. Secretary 
and Treasurer, R. Hope Robertson, 58 Sc Vincent Street, Glasgow. 
Club-Master, William Burton. Fixtures— Opening cruise, on 21st 
22nd, and 23rd May; Regatta at Rothesay on 27th and 29th June; 
and closing cruise on 3rd, 4th, and 5th September, 

Bute Auxiliary to the National Bibla Society of Scotland.— 
Eon. President, Rev. Dr Elder, West Free Church. President, Rev. 
Peter Macfarlane, b. a., TL P. Manse. Secretary, Rev. Jas. K. 

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Isle of Official Dire c tory. Bute. 

Hewison, m.a., b d., Parish Mar.se. Treasurer, John Russell Thorn 
son, High Street. Colporteur, D. Macka/, Montague Street. 

Bute Women's Temperance Prayer Union. — Meets in Goo I Templar 
Hall, Bridge-End Street, Rothesav,on Thursday Afternoons at four 
o'clock. Hon. President, Mrs Miller, H'llside Hou^e; President, 
Mrs Mansfield ; vice Presidents, Mrs Prater aud Mrs Adams ; 
Treasurer, Miss Macdonald ; Secretaries, Mrs Garrand and Mrs 
Lowe; and a Committee of 18 members. 

Bute Sabbath School Union. — Instituted 1885.- Meets on the secand 
Monday of every month from October to March inclusive. — Presi- 
sWent, John M'Kay, fbis. Vice-President, G^o. Higjfie, Secy., 
Wrn. Cuthbertson. Treasurer, Geo. W. Gough. Directors— -One 
representative from each Sabbath School in the island. 

Glasgow-Bute Benevolent Society.— Funds in hands, £1271 11/2.— 
President, Bailie Wilson, Glasgow. Vice-President, Bryce Martin. 
Treasurer, James Lamont. 

Coast Guard. — Three men at Rothesay. Head- Quarters, Seabank 
Bui; dings, West Bay. 



PARISH OF RO THESAY. 

Duke op Rothesay — H. R. H. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. 

For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace and County 
Boards, see County List. 

Parochial Board — Chairman, Daniel Macbeth. Inspector and Collec- 
tor, John Kidd. Medical Officer, Dr John Coombe Maddever. 
Clerk to the Heritors — Daniel Macbeth, writer. 
Session Clerk— John Kidd, Bishop Street. 
Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages— P. B. Ferguson, Victoria St- 



BURGH OF ROTHESAY. 

Parliamentary Constituency, 1771. 

Town Council— Provost, Robert Sharp. Bailies, John M'Kinlay, 
John Russell Thomson aud William Brown. Dean of Guild, James 
Anderson. Treasurer, James A. Walker. Councillors, Robert Bur- 
ness, Daniel Duncan, Peter B. Ferguson, James Heaton, Adam D. 
Macbeth, Lachlan Milloy, Captain M'Lean, Donald M'Millan, John 
M'Millan, Thomas Macnab, Thomas Mitchell, and James Smith. 



Burgh of Official Directo ry. Rothesay. 

Burgh Officials, &3. — Town Clerk, John T. Wilson. Procurator-Fiscal* 
W. C. W. M'addever. Golleetor of Rates and Valuation Assessor;, 
Robert MacAlpine, Master of Works, Gas Manager, and Water 
Manager, James O. Sinclair. Police Officers — Mathew Waters, 
Superintendent; William Baxter, Sergeant; John Baxter, Daniel 
Morrison, Maloilm M'Lean, Andrew Clark, and Kenneth McKay, 
constable*. Inspector under the Food and Drugs Acf. Mathew 
Waters. Analyst, J. W. Biggart, Greenock. Sheriff Offiers, Peter 
Campbell, and William Giant. Inspector of Weights and Measures, 
James M'Nab, Barone Road. Town Weigher, John S. Black. 
Town Crier, Robert Brown, Montague Street. 

Harbour Trust. — The Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council along 
with the following four gentle ;en eiected by the shipowners, viz, 
Messrs John Duncan, George Halliday, John M Kirdy, and Neil 
Blue. Clerk, John T. Wiison Collector, Robert Mae vl pine. 
Harbourmaster, Robert MeFie Master of Works, James C. Sinclair. 

Committees. — Burgh Lands — Bailie Thomson, (convener), Councillor 
Burness, (sub-convener), Dean of Guild Anderson, Treas, Walker, 
Councillors D. Duncan, Heaton, and Macbeth. 

Harbour — Captain M'Lean, (convener); D. M 'Mi Han, (sub-convener); 
Provost Sharp, Balies M'Kinlay, Thomson, and Brown; Dean of 
Guild Anoerson, Councillors D. Duncan, Smith, and 
Heaton; and Messrs John Duncan (coal merchant), .Neil Blue, 
and George Halliday. 

Finance —Treasurer Walker (convener), Provost Sharp (sub -convener), 
Bailit-s M'Kinlay, Thomson, au<i Brown; Dean of Guild Anderson, 
Councillors Burness, Ferguson, J. M'Millan, and Macbeth. . 

Police — Provost Sharp (convener), D. Duncan (sub-convener); Bailies 
M'Kinlay, Thomson, and Brown; Councillors Milloy, M'Lean, 
J. M'Millan, Heaton, and Mitchell. 

Bills— Provost Sharp (convener), Councillor D. Duncan, {sub convener); 
Ferguson, Walker, Smiih, J, M'Millan, and Mitchell. 

Public Health. — Bailie M'Kinlay (convener), Treasurer Walker (sub- 
convener), Bailie Thomson, Dean of Guild Anderson, Councillors 
Burness, Ferguson, Macbeth, and Mrchell. 

Gas — Bailie Brown (convener), Councillor M*Nab (sub-convener); 
Treasurer Walker, Councillors Milloy, Ferguson, M'Millan and 
Smith. 

Water — Provost Sharp, (convener), Bailie Thomson (sub-convener) 
Bailie M'Kinlay, Lean of Guild Anderson. Captain M'Lean, Coun- 
cillors D. Duncan, Milloy, Mitchell, Macbeth, Heaton, and J. 
M'Millan. 

Prison Visiting — Bailie M'Kinlay. 

Lunacy — Provost Sharp, Bailies Thomson and Brown. 



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County Buildings — Provost Sharp, Bailie M'Kinlay, Treasurer Walker, 
Dean of Guild Anderson, Councillor D. M'Millan, D. Duncan, and 
James Heaton. 

Licensing Committee. — Provost Sharp, Bailies M'Kinlay and Thom- 
son, Dr Hunter, and Archibald Mackirdy. 

School Board. — Provost Sharp, (Chairman), Miss Macdonell, James 
Boyle, William Hunter, Robt. M'Laren, Peter See wart, and John 
W. Stuart. Clerk and Treasurer, John T. Wilson. Officer, Robert 
M'Kinnell. 

Churches. — Rothesay Parish, High St. — Rev. Jas. K. Hewison,MA, bd* 
Hours of Worship, 11 a m., and 2 p.m. Session-Clerk, John Kidd 
Superintendents of Sabbath Schools, A. Clark and Jas. Stewart. 
Precentor, John Halbert. Officer, John Leitch. 
Church of Scotland Young Men's Guild. — Rothesay Branch — (Meets 
on Monday Evenings at 8 o'clock) - Hon. President, Rev. J. K, 
Hewison. President, Jas. Stewart. Secretary, Thomas Murray. 
Treasurer, William Montgomerie. Committee — W. Moodie, S. 
Wallace, D. Shaw, T. Lennox, H. Dickie J. Christie, and J. Cam- 
eron, 

New Parish Church, Argyle Street — Rev. William Macloy, Minister. 
Hours of Worship, 1 1 and 6.30. Session-Clerk, Dugald Weir. 
Chairman of Managers, Rev. Wm. Macloy. Cle» k, James C. Sin- 
clair. Treasurer, James McBride. Seat-Letter, John Orkney. 
Organist, J. M. Nisbet. Superintendent of Sabbath School, Jas. 
Fisher. Officer, Robert FX-her. 

Established Gaelic Church, Russell Street. — Rev. Neil M'Kinnon, 
Hours of Worship, (Gaelic) il and (English) 2. Sabbath Evening 
Sermons fortnightly. Precentors, (Gaelic) Colin Currie, and 
(English) Adam D. Martin. Officer, James Kirkland. 

.Free Parish Church, Castle Street— Pastorate vacant. Mission- 
ary, Richard Bowles. Hours of Worship, 11 and 2. Session- 
Clerk, Daniel Macbeth. Clerk of Deacons' Court, John McKay. 
Treasurer, John R. Thomson. Seat-Letter, Wm. Brown Superin- 
tendaut of Sabbath School, John M'Kay. Conductor of Psalmody, 
Wm. M Intosh. Officer, Ihomas Anderson. Temperance Society 

— President, Secy., A. Burnie. Band of Hope 

— Superintendent, T. Mitchell. 

West Free Church, Argyle Street, Revs. Robert Elder, d.d., and 
W. E.W. Brown, m.a. Bours of Worship, 11 and 2. Evening Ser- 
mon, fourth Sabbath of month. Session-Clerk, Robert Macalpine, 
Clerk of Deacons' Court. A . Mackirdy. Superintendent of Sabbath 
School, Robert Macalpine. Precentor, Edward M'Tavish. Officer, 
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Chapelhill Free Church. — Rev. D. McCormack.. Hours of Worship, 
^Gaelic) 11 and English 2. Evening Sermon, 2nd Sabbath of 
month. Session-Clerk, L. Macpherson. Seat-Letters, Messrs 
Johnstone, McLach Ian, Dewar, and J. Hunter Superintendents of 
Sabbath Schools. Gavin Fleming and Lachlan M'Pherson. Precen- 
tors,(Gaelic) JohnJohnston, and(English) EdwardM'Nab. Chairmen 
of Total Abstinence Societies, (Euglish) E. M'Nab, (Gaelic') P. 
MBride. President of Band of Hope, David Robertson. Officer, 
N. Dewar. 

High Street Mission Free Church (in connection with the Free 
Parish Church).— Hours of Worship, 11 and 6.30. Mr R. Bowles, 
missionary. 

Free Gaelic Church Mission Hall, Bridge-End Street. — English 
services every Sabbath Forenoon at 11 o'clock. 

United Presbyterian Church, Bridge-End Street. — Rev. Peter 
Macfarlane, b.a. Hours of Worship, 11 and 2. Communion 
Seasons in January, May, August, and October. Session-Clerk, 
George Higgie. Chairman of Managers, Robt. M'Laren. Clerk 
P. B. Ferguson. Treasurer, Dr A. J. Hall. Seat- Letter, Peter 
Leith. Superintendent, ot Sabbath School, George Higgie. Har- 
moniumist, W. C. Shaw. Officer, Alex. Miller, Columshill Street 

Craigmnre Road U. P. Church.— Rev. John Rutherfurd, ma.,bd. 
Worship at 11 and 6.30. Session-Clerk, Thomas Hutton. Presi- 
dent of Managers, Juhn Jamieson. Harmoniumist, Andrew 
Philp. Officer, Walter Macpherson. 

Baptist, Ardbeg Road. — Rev Samuel Crabb. Worship at 11 and 2. 
Evening Sermon, first Sabbath of month. Superintendent of Sab- 
bath School, Rev. Mr Crabb. Precentor, Thomas Fyfe. Officer, 
A. M'Kinlay, 4 Columshill street. 

St Paul's Episcopal Church, Victoria Street.— Rev. R. Gascoigne Wel- 
don, m.a., Canon. Hours of Worship, 11 and 7, and on Fasts 
and Festivals at 11.30. 

1 here are Prayer Meetings in the Protestant Churches on 
Wednesday Evenings at Eight o'clock. 

St Andrew's Roman Catholic Church, Columshill Street, Rev. 
George J. Smith. Hours of Worship, 9, 12, and 7. Organist, 
Miss McCarthy. Mass on Holidays at 9, 12 ; on Week Days at 9. 
Instruction and benediction on Thursday Evenings. 

There is a private chapel at Mountstuart served from Rothesay, 
Mass generally on Sundays and Holidays at 10. 

Christians meet in the name of the Lord Jesus in the Masonic Hall* 
Bishop Street,on Lord's Days at 11 a.m. and 2.30 and 7 p.m. 

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Writers. — T.W. Alexander, n.p., Castle Street. W. C. W. Maddever 
Watergate. Daniel Macbeth, n.p, Watergate. Adam Dick Mac- 
beth, Castle Street. Archibald Macfia, Castle Street. George 
Thomson, Albert Place. John Thomas Wilson, n.p., Castle Street. 
William Auld WiLon, n.p., Castle Street. 

Medical Practitioners. — Andrew J. Hall, m.a., m.d., Battery Place, 
William Hunter, m.d., Battery Place. John Coombe Maddever, 
m.d., Battery Place. William Philp, l.rc.s.e. Glen burn. Daniel 
Reid, L.R.C.S.E., and l.m., East Princes Street. John Lawson,M.B., 
cm ,Battery Place. 

Veterinary Surgeons — William Moodie, m.r.c.v.s., Battery Place. 
James Donaldson, m.r.c v.s., High Street. 

Bank Agents. B tnk of Scotland, Guildford Square— Robert Mackirdy, 

Clydesdale, Guildford Square — Peter Stewart. 

Royal, Victoria Street— John T. Wilson and Robert MLaren. 

National Security Savings Bank, High Street— Robert Mackirdy, 
Treasurer ;. William Brown, Actuary, 

Post Office Savings Bank, Victoria Street— J. Mackinlay. 

Insurance Agents. — Thomas W. Alexander, Castle Street. William 
Brown, Montague Street. Archibald Burnie, High Street. Jas. 
Carmichael,HillhouseRoad. Wm. Duncan, East Priuces St. P.B. 
Ferguson, Victoria Street. Cha-. Hicks.Victoria St. Geo. Higgie- 
Bridge Street, Prudential and Patriotie. John Kid<(, Bishop St. 
W. C. W. Maddever, Watergate. William Montgomerie, Ardbeg 
Peter Vallance, Laverock villa. Robert MAlpine, High Street 
Daniel Macbeth,Watergate. John C. Harvey,Watergate. Hector 
MKinnon, Victoria St. Wm. MTntosh, Bishop St. J. M'Kinlay, 
Victoria St. Robert M'Kirdy, Guildford Square. John M'Kirdy, 
Bishop St. Robert M'Laren, Victoria Street. Alexander M'Nab, 
Russell Street. John C. Stewart. High Street. J. Windsor Stuari, 
High Street. John R. Thomson, High Street. Robert Watso-n, 
Craigmore. John T. Wilson, Castle Street. Robert Wilson, Castle 
Street Wm. A. Wilson, Castle St. 

Publications. — The Buteman (Liberal), Published every Saturday Morn- 
ing. W. A. Wil&on, Publisher. 

Rothesay Chronicle (Conservative), Published every Saturday Morning, 
Harvey & Co., Publishers. 

Rothesay Express (Independent), Published every Wednesday Morning, 
M. Mackenzie, Publisher. 

The West Coast Journal (Independent), printed and published simul- 
taneously every Friday in Rothesay and Lochgilphead by Higgie 
and Paterson. 



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Visitors' List (Friday during Season), Published by Harvey & Co. 

West Coast Directory (Public Officials, Society Office-Bearers, House" 
holders, Street Lists, and Local Data.) Published Annually afte r 
Whitsunday by Higgie aud Paterson, Rothesay and Lochgilphead. 

West Coast Almanac (Business Directory, General Inform ition, &c.) 
Published Annually in December by Higgie & Paterson, Rothesay 
and Lochgilphead. 

Rothesay Almanac, (Local Memorabilia, and General Information.) 
Published Annually in December by W. A. Wilson. 

West Coast Diary, (General Information.) Published Annually in 
December by George Higgie. 

Map of the West Coast, drawn from the Ordnance Survey. Published 
by George Higgie. 

Map of Bute with Enlarged Plan of Rothesay, Drawn from the Ord- 
nance Survey. Published by George Higgle. 

Map of Bute, Drawn from the Ordnance Survey. Published by "W. 
A. Wilson. 

Guide to, through, and from Bute, with Diary, ABC Time Tables, 
Maps, Local and General Information. Published by George 
Higgie. 

Guide to Rothesay and the Island of Bute, Illustrated. Published 
by Harvey & Co. 

Guide to Rothesay and the Island of Bute, Illustrated. Published 
by W. A. Wilson. 

Newspaper Correspondents.— P. B. Eergu.=on, Victoria St. George 
Higgie, Bridge St. M. Mackenzie, ) >ean Hood Place. John 
May, Castle Street. John C. iiarvey, Watergate. 

Educational Institutions. —Rothesay Acadfmy and Thomson In- 
stitute. — Classical Master and Rector, William Mackay, a.m. 
Mathematical Master, Alex. M'Gaw, m &. English, AdaruPrimrose. 
Assistant Classical, Hugh Mackay. Assistant English, George 
Macdonald. Drawing, Walter Yuill. Pianoforte, J. M. Nisbet. 
Infant and Industrial Departments, Miss Brown. Janitor and 
Drill Instruccor, Sergeant Anderson. 

Publtc School. — Head Master, John M'Kay, f.e.t.s. Assistants, 
Alexander Cunningham, J. N. Watt, G. Loehhead, and Miss 
Brough. Infants' Department, Miss Hall. Industrial, Miss Alex- 
ander. Drawing, Walter Yuill. Janitor, Robert MKinnell. 
Drill Instructor, Sergeant-Major Madden, b.a. 

Cormack's Private Academy, East Bay, for Board and Education. 

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Bute Certified Industrial School. — Chairman, Provost Sharp* 
Secretary, Archibald Mackirdy. Treasurer, John T. Wilson. 
Superintendent, Owen Milne. Matron, Mrs Milne. Teacher, 
Frances Duncan, 

Roman Catholic School, Mistress, Miss Iterr. 

Icut t atory Scfiool, High Street.— Founders, Mioses MacdonnelK 
Teacher, Harry Smith. 

Craigmore Pier Co. (Ltd.)— Chairman, Chas. Dalrymple, m.p. Secre- 
tary J. C. Mitchell, Glasgow. Pierniaster, Archibald Turner. 

Rothesay Tramways Co. (Ltd).— Chairman, Jas. Lindsay, Edinburgh. 
Secretary, John M. Cook, accountant, 37 George Street, Edinburgh. 
Manager, J. R. Penny cook. 

Royal Rothesay Aquatic Club.— Club-House, in the Skeoch Wood, 
West Bay. Commodore, Lieutentant Henn, r.n., cutter, Galatea. 
Vice-Commodore, James Hamilton, Esq., sch. " Elgiva" Rear- 
Commodore. John Adamson, Esq., cut. " Winnie.'' Hon. Secretary, 
W. C. W. Maddever. Hon. Treasurer, Robert Orkney, juu., Victoria 
Street. Club-Master, James M'Ewen. 

The Robertson-Stewarb Hospital.— The subscribers towards the fund 
for keeping the hospital open for non-infections cases appointed 
the following committee of management : — Sheriff Orr, Provost 
Sharp, John Kidd, John W. Stuart, John Cruickshanks D. 
W. M'Queen and D. M Taylor. Daniel Macbeth, Secretary ; and 
Peter Stewart, Treasurer. Eliza Smith, Matron. 

The Norman Stewart Institute, erected by the Messrs Stewart of 
America, at a cost of about £10,000, for the benefit of the Working 
Men and Women of this their native town. It contains on the 1st 
and 2nd floors spacious Reading, Writing, Billiard, and Recreation 
Rooms, with Lavatory accommodation, and the ground flat ia 
entirely devoted to the purpose of suppi lying wholesome refresh- 
ments at low prices. Visitors are admitted at onej>emiy per visit. 

Working Men's Club and Institute.— The Club is in abeyance owing 
to the erection of the Stewart Institute. The members appointed 
the following Committee to look after their property and watch 
their interests: Provost Sharp, John T. Wilson, Dean of Guild 
Anderson, Councdlor Ferguson, John Smith, Allan Gilchrist, John 
Paterson, Andrew Dodds, John Cruichshanks, Hugh Morton, John 
G. ; Johnston; John M'Callum, Wm. Cuthbertson, John M'Isaac, 
James M'Nab Robt. M'Fie, George Shields, George Higgie, D. W. 
M'Queen, and John C. Harvey, 

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Free and Accepted Masons.— PROVINCIAL GRAND LODGE OF 
ARGYLE AND THE ISLES.— P. G. M., Charles Dalrymple 
Esq., m.p., Ardencraig. J). P. M., Henry Gerard F. Newall, Eilyer 
House. S. P. M., Quintin M. Wright, writer, Inveraray. P. G. 
Secretary, Archibald Morrison, Rothesay. 

Lodge Rothesay St John, No. 292.— Meets in Lodge Room, Bishop 
street, on last Monday of every Month from September till April 
R.W.M., H. G. F. Newall. P.M.. James Heaton. D.M., Lachlan 
Milloy. S.M., D C. Murray. S.W., Thomas Gilchrist. J.W„ 
John S. Crawford. Treasurer, Martin Innes. Secretary, Andrew 
Milloy. S.D., John Miller. J.D., Archd. Walker. S.S., A. 
Prout. J. S., A. Dodds. S B , Ronald Livingstone, Architect, 
James Sinclair. Marshall, J. M. Nisbet, Inner Guard, D, Smith. 
Tyler, James Anderson. 

Rawcliffe, No. 658. — Meets in Hall, 11 Montague Street, on Monday 
Evenings.— R.W.M., C T. Hicks. P.M., R. Morrison. [SM, t 
M. Waters. S.W., G. Madden. J.W., A. Hunter. S.D., G. 
Pierrepoint. Secretary, Thomas Mitchell. Treasurer, Joseph 
Yates. J.D., A. M'Lachlan. Marshall, P. Campbell, Inner 
Guard, Alex. Miller. Tyler, W. Piper. 

St Blane's Royal Arch Chapter, No. 163,— Meets in Chaptej 
Room, Bishop street, on Thursday Evenings. — 1st Principal Z., 
George Innes. 2nd Principal H., Martin Innes. 3rd Principal 
J., D. C. Murray. P. P. Z., Lachlan Milloy. Scribe E., James 
Heaton. Treasurer, D. Lamont. 1st Soj,, Bryce Ferguson. 2nd 
Soj„ Owen Milne. 3rd Soj., J. C. Sharp. Janitor, James Anderson. 

Ancient Order of Foresters. — Rothesay Butr and Argyll 
District. — Meets half-yearly for business— last Friday in April and 
first Friday in October — in Foresters' Hall, Rothesay, — D. C. R., 
James Telford, Millport. D.S.C.R., G, Gillies, Mil' 1 port. D. S., 
Thomas Hogg, Rothesay. D.T., James Stewart, Rothesay. 

Court Bute, No. 5630. — Meets in the East Free Church School-Room 
on alternate Wednesday Evenings, at 8 p.m. — C. R., J. M'Govern 
S.C.R., A. Rutherford. S.W., A. Cunningham. J,W., R. Morri- 
son. S.B., R. M'Keith. J. B,,R. Livingstone. Treas., John Paterson. 
Secy., T. Hogg. Medical Officer, Dr Maddever. Auditors, Alex. 
Lamont. Angus Douglas, Archd. Meikle, and E. R. Macmillan. 

cient Order of Shepherds. — Sanctuary Bute, No. 5630. 
— Meets in the East Free Church School-Room, Castle street, every 
second Monday, at 8 p.m. — Pastor, John M'Govern ; Secretary, 
T. Hogg ; Treasurer, D. Buchanan. 

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Loyal Orange Society.— Bot^esay Lodge No. 345.— Meets in the 
Masonic Hall. Montague street, on the first Friiay evening of every 
Month. -B.W.M., J. MGovern. D.M., B. M'Millan. C, Bev. J. 
Thomson, tfecy. E. Crawford. Treas., John Turner. I.G., J.Simpson. 
Tykr, John M'Clellan, sen. 

Black Chapter of Ireland. — Eothesat '■' St Paul's" E. B. Prk- 
ceptory. — Meets on the Third Friday of every Month. — E. W. M» 
John M'Coveru. Sec>., Wm. M'Millan. 

Sons of Temperance. — Botbesay's Effort Division, No. 467.— 
Meets in the Bute Temperance Hotel on alternate Monday even- 
ings at 8. p.m. W. P., D. Buchanan. W. E. S., G. Fleming. W.T., 
J. E. Hunter. 

Independent Order of G-ocd Templars.— District Lodge of Bote 
and Cowal, No. 13. D. D., John Geddis. D. S., Catherine 
M'Kenzie. D. S. J. L., Wm. Gray. 

George Stephenson Lodge, No. 122. — Meets in Good Templar Hall, 
Bridge- End Street, on Tuesday Evenings at 8 p.m. 

Eothesay's Freedom Lodg^, No. 228. — Meets in West-end Hall, 
Brdge street, on Thursday Evenings at 8 p.m. 

Hope of Bute Juvenile Lodge, No. 252.— Meets in the Good Tem- 
plar Hall, Bridge- End street, oa Saturday Evenings at 6 p.m. 
Superintendent, Edward Macnab. 

"Rawcliffe" Temperance Association.— Meets in the "Bawcliffe" 
Masonic Lodge, Montague Street, every Tuesday evening. 

Band of Hope and Savings Bank-— Meets in the Mission Hall, Bridge- 
end Street on Fridays at 7 p.m. Superintendent, D. Eobertson. 

Gospel Temperance and Blue Ribbon Army.— Meets in the Mission 
Hall, Bridge-end Street on Saturdays at 8 p.m. 

Bute Abstainers' Union, (composed of representatives of all the above) 
—Meets in Mission Hall on the First Monday of every month 
President, Eev David Somerville. Vice-Presidents, Eev.Wm. Boss. 
William Stewart, and J. H. White. Secretary, A. M. Burnie. 
Treasurer, David Eobertson. 

Temperance Hundred. — President. David Eobertson. Vice-Presidents, 
Hugh Black and Archibald M'Cilp. Secretary, Archibald M. 
Burnie. Treasurer, William Stewart. Committee — Lacblan 
M'Pherson, William Hunter, Samuel Irvine, James Carmichael, 
Neil Leitch, James Thompson, Edward M'Nab, Daniel Eeid, John 
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Literary Association — Meets on Tuesday Evenings, from October till 
March. — Hon. President, Charles Duncan, Woodend. President, 
John C Harvey, Vice-President. Alexander Hankin. Secre- 
tary, James G. Jamieson. Assistant Secretary, Da^id Brown. 
Treasurer, George Shi els. Directors, R. P. Miller, J. Hunter, 
and A. Meikle. 

Political Associations.— Rothesay Junior Liberal Association 
—•Inaugurated 1882 — -Hon. President, Thomas Russell, Esq., of 
Ascog. Hon. Vice-Presidents, The Earl ot Fife, k.t.; Charles 
Cameron, Esq., M.P., ll.d.; George Otto Trevelyan, Fsq., m.p., 
Wm. Holmes, Esq..; John Trayner, Esq.; and T. C, Hedder- 
wick, Esq., m.a. President, Hector M'Kinnon. Vice-President, 
Wm. Lyle. Treasurer, Robert Kay. Secretary, A. Meikle. 

Bute Junior Conservative Association.— Founded 1882. — Hon. 
Hon. President, Charles Dairy m pie, M.P. ; Hon. Vice-Presidents, 
J. P. B. Robertson and G. H. F. Newall ; President, Matthew 
Duncan ; Vice President, J. C. Harvey ; Secretary, Thomas R. 
Wilson ; Assistant Secretary John Lamont; Treasurer, A. Camp- 
bell ; Committee — Messrs Jas. Ritchie, A. Montgomerie, Thos 
Aitchison, D. Grant, John Spence, John Cruickshanks, Jan., and 
D. Kelly. 

Young Men's Christian Association. -- Meets in the "Rawcliffe" 
Masonic Hall, Montague street, every Sabbath Morning at twenty 
minutes before Ten o'clock. — Hon. President, Rev. Juhn Rutberfurd, 
m.a., b.d. President, W. F. Nelson. Vice-President, William 
Cuthhertson. Secretary, Hugh Black, 39 Colnmshill Street. 
Treasurer, Arch. M. Burnie. Leader of Praise, Geo. W, Gough, 
Visiting Committee, Messrs Boinie, Gough, and Towart, Repre- 
sentative to General Council, Hugh Black. 

Shorthand Writers' Association.— President, George Higgie. Secre- 
tary, R. A. Mackinlay. 

Boys' and Girls' Religious Society. — Meets in Public School, High 
street, and Music Hall Watergate street, every Sabbath 
Morning, at 11 o'clock.— Supported by voluntary contributions. — 
Hon. President, James Miller. President, Wm. Hunter. Vice- 
President, James Thomson. Secy., Wm. Stewart. Treas., Adam 
Hunter. A staff of 18 workers connected with the various evan- 
gelical churches in town. 

Permanent Funeral Society. — President, John Duncan. Secretary* 
Peter Couper. Treasuer, Peter M'Lellan. Collector, J. Robertson. 

Yearly Friendly Society. — President, Neil M'Lean. Secretary, 
Wm. Morrison. Treasurer, James M'Alaster. Directors, John 
M'Fie, Robert Brown, and John Gillies. Arbitors, Bailie Brown 
and John M'Ewen. Auditors, Treasurer Walker, and Neil M'Lean. 



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Eothesay Dorcas Society. — Patronesses,Lady Bute and Lady Glasgow 
President, Mrs Henry Stuart. Vice-President, Mrs Sheriff Orr 
Treasurer, Mrs Dr Hunter. Secretary, Mrs John T. Wilson. 

Rothesay Co-Operative Society.— Instituted, 1884. — A committee of 
29 members has been appointed. Secretary, pro tern., George 
Thomson, writer' 

Bute Band Committee.— Chairman, Provost Sharp. Secretary, Peter 
B. Ferguson, Victoria street. 

Bothesay Brass Band.— Conductor, James Orr M'Nab. Secretary, 
Edward M'Nab. 

Curling Club.— Patron, Marquess of Bute, k. t. President, Sheriff 
Orr. Vice-Presidents, Messrs J. W. Stuart and Lachlan Mi Hoy. 
Representative Members, Messrs John Lyle and John Gray. 
Chaplain, Rev. William Madoy. Treasurer, DugcJd Weir. Secre- 
tary, John R. Thomson. Officer, W. H. Ellis. 

Craigmore Lawn Tennjg and Bowling Club, Limited. — Secretary, 
A. D. Macbeth. 

Rothesay Bowling Club (Limited.)— Greens at Ballochgov Terrace 
and Chapelhill Road. — President, Robert M'Laren ; Vice-Presi- 
dent, John Snodgrass. Secretary and Treasurer, Wm. MTntosh, 
15 Bishop street. 

Football Clubs. — Association. — President, Adam Rutherford. Secy, 

John Gillies. Treas,, Arch. Montgomerie. 
Bute Rangers. — Captain, Wm. Robertson, Secy., Alex. Cunning" 

ham 
St Blank's. — Captain, William Docherty. Secy., James Boyle 
Brandanes. — Captain, David Macnab. Secy, and Treas., Wm. C« 

Harvey. 

Fast Days. — Thursdays before first Sabbath in May and second i i 
October. 

Fairs. — Thursday before 27th May (hiring), third Wednesday and 
Thursday in July (St Brux day), Thursday before 23rd November 
(hiring), and Tuesday before Kilbarcnan December Fair (horse.) 
[The first Wednesday in May, and last Wednesday in October used 
to be the dates of Fairs, but they are absolete.) 

Postal Arrangements.— (For Rates of Postage, &c, see West Coast 
Almanac.)— Post Office, Victoria St. — Postmaster, John Mac- 
kinlav. — Despatches to Glasgow, Edinburgh, and all parts (box closes 
at) 6.30 ; Colintraive, Tighnabruaich, and the West, 10 ; Ascog, 
Port Bannatyne, and Kingarth, 10 a.m.; Glasgow, Edinburgh, and 
all parts, 2.20, and 4.20. 3.10 to Glasgow, Greenock, Innellan, 



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Dunoon, Largs, Wemyss Bay, Paisley, Renfrew, and all Ireland. 
Port-Bannatyne and Ascog,5.30 p.m. 

Deliver iies from Glasgow, Edinburgh, and all parts, about 11.15 am., 
and 6.45 p.m. Extra delivery in June, July, August, at 8.45 a.m. 

Telegraph Office open on week days from 7 a.m; till 8 p.m. (Open 
in June, July, August, and September, till 9.) Messages can be 
sent at a later hour by paying 2s extra Postal Orders issued and 
paid at Telegraph hours. Post Office Money Order and Savings 
Bank Business from 9 am till 6 pm — Saturdays till 8 pm. The 
Post and Telegraph Offices in the Isle of Bute are shut on Sun- 



Ascog. — Sub Postmaster, John M'CallunL Deliveries and despatches 
to suit Rothesay arrangements. 

Communications.— Steamers to Greenock, Glasgow, Wemyss Bay. and 
intermediate por;s, and through the Kyles, several times a day, 
In Summer, steamers ply regularly to Arran, Campbeltown, and 
Helensburgh, and irregularly to all the surrounding ports. Tram- 
way cars to Port-Bannatyne, and Omnibuses to Mountstuart and 
Kilchattan Bay daily. 

For list of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., s*c West Coast Almanac. 



PARISH OF NORTH BUTE. 



for Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace, and County 
Boards^ see County List. 

Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages,, James M'llraith. 

Churches— North Bote Parish. Hours of Worship 12 noon. Min- 
ister, Rev. Peter Dewar, m»a. Session-Clerk, James M'llraith. 
Superintendent of Sabbath School, Rev, Peter Dewar, m.a. Precen- 
tors, (Gaelic) Donald M'Donald, and (English) Robert Blue. Church 
Officer, John Lamont. 

North Bute Free Church, Port-Bannatyne. Hours of Worship, 11 
and 1 in Winter, and 11 and 1.30 a.m. in Summer. Minister, 
Rev. John T. M'Lean. Session-Clerk, Chairman and Clerk of 
Deacon's Court, Rev. John T. M'Lean. Superintendent of 
Sabbath School, Archibald Smith. Precentor, Da v. Baird. 
Church Officer, James Lusk. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman, John W. Stuart. Inspector of 
Poor and Collector of Rates, Thosr Carswell, Medieal Officer, Dr 
Reid, Rothesay. Sanitary-Officer, Hugh Smith, 

School Board. — (North Bute and Rothesay Landward.) John W, 
Stuart, Rothesay (Chairman) ; Rev, Peter Dewar, m.a., Rev. J. 
T. M'Lean; Captain Jas. Rose ; and John Halliday, Port-Bannatyne, 
Clerk and Treasurer, John R. Thomson, Rothesay, Officer, John 
Currie, Port-Bannatyne. 

Schools. — Public School, Port-Bannatyne, Peter White, master. 
Miss Craighead, assistant. 
Ballanlat School — James Duncan, master. 
Kildavannan Scbool— Miss M'Morran, mistress. 

Kamesburgh Gas Light Co.— Chairman, James Duncan. Secretary; 
W. C. W. Maddever, Rothesay. 

Swanstonhill Hydropathic Establishment.— Chairman, Bailie Dick- 
son. Secretary, D. Hill Jack, Glasgow. Manageress, Miss' Mal- 
colm. Medical Adviser, Dr Hall. 

A.O.F.— Court North Bute, No. 6216.— Meets in the old Free Church 
School-Room, Port-Bannatyne, every alternate Tuesday.— Chief 
Rm^er — Secretary — W. Dallas. Surgeon — 

Dr J. C. Maddever, Rothesay. 

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Parish of Official Directory. North Bute. 

I.O.G.T — North Bute Lodge No. 649.— Meets in Jthe old Free Church 
School-Room, Port-Bannatyne, on Saturday Evenings at 8 p.m. 

Port-Bannattne Lifeboat Juvenile Lodge, No. 50. — Meets in 
Free Church Schoolroom, Port-Bannatyne, on Saturdays at 6.30. 
J. E. Hunter, superintendent. 

Port-Bannatyne Mutual Improvement Association.— Meets in the 
Public School, Port-Bannatyne, every Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. 
from the beginning of October until the end of March. Honorary 
President, Rev J. L. M'Lean. President, George Thomson. 
Vice-President, James Kirk. Secretary, John Brown. Treasurer, 
John Lamont. 

Postal Arrangements.— (For Rates of Postage, &c, see West Coast 
Almanac.)— Post Office, Port-Bannatyne. — Sub-Postmistress, 
Miss M'Cunn. Despatches to all parts via Rothesay about (in June 
July, August, and September, 1.25 p.m.;) 3.25 p.m.; and 8.25 p.m. 
Deliveries from all parts via Rothesay about (in June, 
July, August, and September, 10 a.m.;) 12 Noon, and 7.35 p.m. 
In Winter at 1 and 8 p.m. 

Fast Days. — Thursdays before first Sabbath in May and second in 
October. 

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PARISH OF KINGART1I. 



For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace, and County 
Boa?'ds, see County List. 

Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages, ¥m. L. Thomson. 

Churches.— Kingarth Parish Hour of Worship, 12 o'clock. Minister, 
Rev. J ohu Saunders, m. a., b.d. Session-Clerk, Rev. J. Saunders. 
Superintendent of Sabbath Schools, Rev. J. Saunders. Precentor^ 
Isaac Sc >tt. Church Officer, John Reid. 

Kingarth Free Church, Ascog, Hours of Worship — Summer, 11.15 
and 2 : Winter, 12. Minister, Rev. Robert Williamson, d.d. Ses- 
sion-Clerk, Robert M'Alister. Seat-Letter, J. M'Callum, Post Office, 
Superintendent of Sabbath School, Miss Smith. Precentor, John 
MTntyre. Church Officer, Malcolm Martin, Rothesay. 

South Kingarth Free Church, Kilohattan Bay. Hours of Worship — 
Summer 12 and 2: Winter 12. Minister and Session-Clerk, Rev. 
William Meiklejohn. Superintendent of Sabbath Schools, Thos. 
Gilmour. Precentor, J. Hanshaw. Seat-Letter and Church 
Officer, John Morrison. 

Parochial Board — Rev. J. Saunders, Chairman. Inspector and Collec- 
tor, William L. Thomson. Medical Officer, William Hunter, m.d. 
Sanitary Officer, John Reid. 

School BDard. — J. W, Stuart (Chairman) ; William Barr, Kerry- 
lamont ; John dimming, Kilchattan Bay ; Alex. M'Farlane, 
Drumreoch ; and Rev. John Saunders. Clerk and Treasurer — ■ 
John T. Wilson, Rothesay. Officer— D. Ferguson, Kilchattan Butt, 

Schools.— Kingarth Pctbltc School — William L, Thomson, master. 
Miss C. Campbell, mistress. 

Birgidale Public— Duncan C, Stewart, 

Kerrycroy Public — William A. Fulton. 

Kilchattan Bay Pier Co.— Chairman, James Duncan, Meikle Kil- 
chattan. Secretary and Treasurer, W, C, W. Maddever, Rothesay, 
Piermaster, Wm. Giierson. 

I.O.G-.T.— St Blane's Lodge, No. 914. — Meets in Workmen's Hall, 

Mountstuart, on Wednesdays at 7.30. 

Kilchattan Gospel Temperance Society and Band of Hope.— Meets 
in Free Church Hall,on Fridays at 7 p.m.— J. Hainshaw, conductor 

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Parish of Official Directory* Kingarffu 

Postal Arrangements. — (For Kates of Postage, &c, see West Coast 
Almanac.) — Sub Postmaster — D. M'Fie, joiner, Kingarth ; Sub- 
Postmistress, Miss Jane Currie, 'Kilchattan Bay. Box closes at 
7-40 a.m. Despatches to all parts via Rothesay, about 8 a.m. De- 
liveries from all parts via Rothesay, about 12 noon. 

Past Days.— Thursdays before first Sabbath iu May and second in 
October. 

Pair. — Thursday before Largs Fair. 

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ISLE OF ARRAN. 



Lord of the Manor. — William Alexander Louis Stephen Douglas 
Hamilton, 12th Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, &c. 
Factor-Patrick Murray, Strabane, Brodick. 

Arran Farmers' Society. — President, Duke of Hamilton and Bran- 
don. Vice-President, Ebenezer M'Alister, of Carbeth Guthrie. 
Secretary and Treasurer, William Tod, Glenree. 



PARISH OF KILBRIDE. 

For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace and Count v 
Boards, see County List, 

Churches. — Established Church. — Brodick — 
b.d. Kilbride — Bev. Peter Robertson, m.a. 
Free. — Kilbride — Rev. A. Cameron. Whiting Bay — Rev. Angus 
Stewart. 

School Board. — Patrick Murray, Esq., Strabane, (Chairman) ; Robert 
Hamilton, Brodick ; and Rev. Angus Stewart, Whiting Bay ; John 
Bannatyne, and Neil Fullarton, m.b., cm., Lamlash. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman— James Allan, Esq. Inspector — John 
R. Thomson. Collector — James Macintosh, Bank Agent. Medical 
Officer — Dr Jamieson, Brodick. 

Postal Arrangements. — (For Rates 'of Postage, &c, see West Coast 
Almanac.) — Brodick. — Sub -Postmaster — E. Ribbec. 



Lamlash.— Postmaster, Thos. M'Neish. Despatches at 6.15 a.m, 
and 2.30 p.m., in Summer; and at 2.30 p.m. on Mondays, Wednes- 
days, Thursdays, and Saturdays, in Winter. Deliveries in Summer 
at 1.40 and 7.10; in Winter, 11.40; on Mondays, Wednesdays, 
Thursdays, and Saturdays. Money Order and Savings Bank Office 
open from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. Telegraph from 7.30 a.m. till 8 p.m. 

Fast Day. — First Thursday in May. 

Fairs. — Brodick— First Tuesday after 20th June. Lamlash— Third 
Wednesday in April, and Wednesday before Falkirk October Tryst. 

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PARISH OF KILMORY. 

For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace*, and County 
Boards, see County List. 

Churches. — Established. — High Kilmory — Eev. Duncan Black. 
Free. — Kilmory — Vacant. 
Lochranza — Vacant 
Shisken — Vacant. 

School Board. — James Allan, jun., Balnaehoole (Chairman) ; Matthew 
C. Speirs, Claehaig ; John Speirs, Bennecarrigan ; Alexander Mac- 
Bride, Shedog ; Dorald Currie, Feorline; Alex. Miller, Loch- 
ranza. Clerk — Peter M'Kenzie, Torbeg. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman — Wjlliam Todd, Glenree. Inspector — 
John P. Thomson. Collector — Peter M'Kenzie, Tormore. Medical 
Officer — D. S. Morrison, Esq., m b, &c, Torbeg. 

Postal Arrangements. — (For Eates of Postage &c, see West Coast 
Almanac )— Kilmory — Sub-Postmaster, D. Cook. Despatclies daily 
in Summer, at 9 a.m. Deliveries at 4 p.m. In Winter on Mon- 
days, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at same hours. 

Pirn Mill — Sub-Postmistress, Miss Cook. Despatclies in June, July, 
and August 10.20 a.m.; the rest of the year 9.30 p.m. Deliveries in 
Summer at 3 p.m.; the rest of the year 2 p.m. 

LocnRANZA — Despatches twice daily in Summer, to Greenock and all 
parts. 

Fast Day. — First Thursday in July. 

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THE CUMBRAES. 

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For Courts and Court Officials, Justices of the Peace, and County 
Boards, see County List. 

Lords of the Manor. — George Frederick Boyle, Earl of Glasgow ; and 
the Marquess of Bute. Factors— W. J. Armstrong, Fairlie; and J. 
W. Stuart, Rothesay. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman — Archibald Scott, Inspector and Col- 
lector — David Wishart. 
Registrar— James Ross. 
Session-Clerk — Wm. Crawford, 



BURGH OF MILLPORT. 

Corporation.— Provost— The Right Hon, the Earl of Glasgow. 
Magistrates — William Allan, Glasgow Street^ and William Wishart, 
Kelburne Street. Commissioners — Robt, Robertson, Breakough ; 
Wm, Clark. Geo. Forrest, Colin M'Nair, Wm>. Barelay, and 
William Paterson. 

Public Oniicials. — Procurator- Fiscal — James Patrick, writer, Largs 
Clerk to Commisioners — William Macfie. Sanitary Inspector and 
Inspector of Works, Jn. M'Millan. Collector and Treasurer, David 
Wishart, Post Office. 

Sheriff Small Debt Courts held in March and September. Sheriff- 
Clerk, James Ross. 

Churches— Established — Hours of Worship, 11 a,m. and 2.15 p.m. 
Rev. J. S. Macnab. 

Free — Hours of worship, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Rev. Alex. Walker, m.a. 

United Presbyterian— Hours of worship, 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Rev. 
Robert Frame, m.a., b.d. 

Baptist — 11 a.m. and 2.15 p.m. — Rev. James Paterson. 

Scottish Fpiscopal.— This Collegiate Church was opened for Divine 
service at Whitsunday, 1851, was consecrated and declared to be 
the Cathedral of the Isles on May 3rd, 1876. Hours of Sunday 
services — 8 a.m. (altered to 8 30 in Winter), 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. 

Visitor.— The Right Rev J. R. A. Chinery-Haldane, llb, Bishop of 
Argyle and the Isles. 

Members of Chapter.— Provost— Very Rev Dean F. R. H. H. Noyes, 
d.d. Canons— Rev H. F. Beckett, m.a.; Rev J. A. Ewing, m.a.; 
Rev H. Brown, m.a. ; J. K. Dakers, m.a. Honorary Canons — Rev 
G. C. Whyte, m.a.jHou. and Rev H. Douglas, m.a.; Rev W. Bright, 
d.d. ; Rev R. G.Weldon, m.a., Rev. W. Bell; Rev H. Meynell, m.a.; 
Rev H. M'Coll, tco ; Rev. Mr M'Lean, m.a. Missionary— Rev. 
Ernest Geldart, m.a. Tutor and Lecturer, Vacant. 

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Burgh of Official Directory. Millport. 

St Andrew's Church— Hours of Sunday services, 11 a.m., and 2-15 p.m> 
Curate in charge — Rev. John Rose Dakers, t.c,g. 

Cumbrae School Board.— William Crawford (chairman), Archibald 
Scott, Alex. Brown, G. Y. Hendry, and Charles H. Hazlehurst. 
Clerk and Treasurer — James Ross, Union Bank. 

Schools. — Cumbrab Public ScnooL. — Teachers — A. C. Steven, J. 
M'Adam, and assistants. 
CtJMBRAK Academy, Kames House. — Principal, Wm. Macfie. 
Episcopal — Miss Taylor. 

Surgeons.— John MacGowan, m.d. Joseph Kerr, Lawrence W 
Feilding, and George Fisher. 

Bank. — Uniou, James Ross* Stuart st. 

Masonic. — Lodge " Kelburne," No. 459. —Meets on the first Friday of 
each month in the Cumbrae Hotel at 8 p.m. — R.W.M., John Cun- 
ningham. P.M., W. B. Wallace. S. S., Thomas Somerville, Secy., 
James Paterson. Treasurer — James Ross. 

Gas Light Company.— Chairman, The Right Hon. the Earl of Glas- 
gow. Vice-Chairman, Wm. Hunter. Secretary, Wm. Hunter. 
Treasurer, D. Wishart. Manager of Works, Robert Rae. 

Co-Operative Society, Limited. — President,^ John Burns. Secretary, 
R. Caldwell. 

Glasgow Cumbrae Benevolent Society.— Patrons— 'She Most Noble 
the Marquis of Bute ; the Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow ; 
Charles JJalrymph*, Esq., m.p. ; Ninian Crawford, Guildford, 
Surrey ; Thomas Russell, Ascog, Bute ; and John Kennedy, Mill- 
port. 

Directors — (Glasgow) Robert Anderson, 22 Ann Street ; Robert Brown. 
125 Norfolk Street ; A. H. Ewing, 135 Buchanan Street ; William 
Kyle, Uddingstone ; D. M. Nelson, 48 Gordon Street ; and J. 

Wallace, 305 Argyle Street (Cumbrae) M. Crawford, builder, 

James Finnie, James Robertson, John Fraser, James Grant, jun., 
Robert Robertson, and James Ross. 

Cumbrae Horticultural Society. — Patrons— The Right Hon. the 
Earl of Glasgow, the Most Noble the Marquess of Bute, Charles 
Dalrymple, m.p., Thos. Russell of Ascog, Alex. Smart, and James 
Grant. Presidents — George Forrest, John Fraser, and Jas. Leek. 
Chairman of Committees, Alex. Brown. Secy, and Treas., A. Steven. 

Penny Savings Bank.— Trusteps— Rev. Alexander Walker, Rev. J. 
S. Macnab, Rev. R. M'Lean, D. Wibhart, Archibald Scott, Andrew 
C. Malcolm, Niman Crawfoid, James Robertson, John Thorn, jun., 
and James Grant, Glasgow. Cashier— W. Clark. Secretary — A. 
C, Steven, Auditor — James Ross. 

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Burgh of Official Directory. Millport. 

Insurance Agents. — James Ross, David Wish art, A. G. Macfarlane 
and Wni. Allan. 

Pier and Harbour Company. — Chairman, Dr M'Gown. Sesretary, 
D. Wishart. Harbour Master and Treasurer, Alex. Cameron 

"Western Yacht Club. — Patrons— The Most Noble the Marquess of 
Buoe. The Right Hon. The Earl of Glasgow. Charles Dalrymple, 
m.p. Commodore, Andrew Bain, cutter Rival, 15 tons. Vice- Com- 
modore;, Patrick Rattray, cutter Maggie, 20 tous. Rear-Com- 
modore— T. H. Kirk, cutter Yolga, 10 tons. Stewards, J. R. 
Geddes J. Thomson, jr., A. H. Eweu, Ar hibald Livingstone, John 
Somers, and Robert Campbell. Official Measurer, G. L. Watson, 
141 Sauchiehail Street, Glasgow. Auditors, T. Robertson, and D. 
Hill. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, John Ingram, 108 W. George 
Street Glasgow. 

Cumbrae Sailing Club. — Commodore, Robert Robertson, J.P.; vice- 
commodore, ex-Bailie Wm. Allan; rear-commodore, Mr John 
King ; treasurer, Mr James Kennedy ; and lion, secy Mr Wm. 
Macfie. 

Curling Club.- President, John Fraser. Vice-President, John Frazer. 
Secretary and Treasurer — Wm. Allan. 

Cumbrae Bowling Club. — President— Robert Tyre. Vice-President 
— Ninian Crawf>rd. Treasurer — James Ross. Secretary — Wm. 
Allan. 

Cumbrae Conservative Association— Hon. President, the Right 
Honourable the Earl of Glasgow. President, 

Vice-Presidents, Ex- Bailie Wm. Wishart, and Mr William 
Crawford. Hon. Secretary aud Treasurer, Alex. Brown pro tern. 
General council of thirty members, and a suD-couocil of seven, viz., 
William Al'an, James Finnie, R. Robertson, J. W. Robertson, M. 
Swan, D. M'Dougall, and W. B. Wallace. 

Postal Arrangements.— (For Rates of Postage, &c, see West Coast 
Almanac.) — Post Office, Guildford St. — Sub Postmaster, David 
Wishart. Despatches in June, July, August, and September, at 
7,20 a.m., and 2.15, and 5.55 p.m. The rest of the year at 7.20 
and 2,15. Deliveries at 11 a.m.; and 6 p.m. Money Order -Office 
and Savings Bank open from 10 a.m.; till 8 p.m. Telegraph Office 
open from 7.30 a.m., till 8 p.m. Sundays from 9 till 10 a.m. 

Fast Days. — Thursdays before the first Sabbaths of May and Novem- 
ber. 

Communications.— Steamers daily to Glasgow, Greenock, Wemyss 
Bay, and Fairlie. 

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County of Valuation, Population, &c. Bu ie. 

RENTAL OF BUTE3HIEE. 

County. 1880-1 1881-2 1882-3 1883-4. 1884-5. 

Rothesay P (exclud'g burgh), £2,450 £2,444 £2,417 £2,420 £2,414 
Kingarth Parish, 
North Bute Parish, ... 
Meikle Cumbrae Parish, 
Little Cumbrae (Ardrossan P.), 
Kilbride Parish, Arran, 
Kilmory Parish, Arran, 

£60,992 £62,700 £63,717 £64,120 £64,955 
Bni?r tt 
Burgh of Bcthesay, ... 55,135 54,704 55,409 55,040 55,265 



9,943 


10,462 


10,517 


10,555 


10,698 


12,196 


12,116 


12,659 


12,632 


12,575 


15,947 


16,909 


17,271 


17,450 


17,500 


298 


308 


317 


308 


308 


9393 


9,548 


9.577 


9,733 


10,401 


10,765 


10,904 


10,959 


11,022 


11,069 



Grand Total, ... £116,127 £117,404 £119,126 £119,160 £120,220 



POPULATION OF THE COUNTY, 1871 and 1881. 
Bute — Rothesay, 

N orth Bute and Rothesay landward, 
Kingarth, 

Cumbrae — 

Aeean — (1) Erndick, 

(2) Ki.bride, 

Kilmory, 

Lochranza,... 



7800 


8291 


1393 


1415 


901 


1265 


10,094 


10,971 


1,613 


1,845 


928 




1276 




2278 




777 




5,259 


4,673 



(Population in 1861, 16,311.) 16,966 17,489 



PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY, 1883-4. 

Bute — Eothesay, ... ... ... ... ... 771 

North Bute, ... ... ... ... 147 

Kingarth, ... ... ... ... ... 114 974 

CUMBRAES — ... ... ... ... ... ... 285 

Arran — Krbride, ... ., ... ... ... 91 

Kilmory, 158 237 

1561 
Being an increase of 68 over previous year. 

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MUNICIPAL CONSTITUENCIES 1883-4. 

Rothesay — ■ ... males, — females, ... total 1711 

Millport — ... .. .. ... ... . . 771 

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County of Assessments, Fiars Prices, &c. BuU, 

ASSESSMENTS 

County. — General Assessment, ... If d per £1, which yields about £469 
Registration of Voters, ...O^d „ „ 134 

Lunacy, ... ... ... 2£d ,, „ 603 

Contagious Diseases (Animals), ... Cd „ „ — 

Police, ... ... ... 2^d „ „ 670 

Total, 7d per £1, which .yields about £1876 
The Registration of Voters Assessment on the Burgh of 
Rothesay will yield about £95 additional. 
Road Rate for Arran, . .Is Od per £1 

Do., Bute and Cumbrae, 7d „ 

Rothesay. — Police, Street Lighting, &c, 5d ; Public Health, 

3|d ; Public Parks, |d ; Roads and Streets, 4£d ; 

Lunacy, 2^d ; Valuation, Id ; Municipal Registration, 

^d; Contagious Diseases Animals, ^d, ... total, Is 5|d per £1 

One-half retainable by occupier from landlord. 

On Proprietors only — Land Tax, and Registration of 
Births, &c, id ; County Voters Registration, ^d, total, f d „ 

Water, ... ... ... ... 6d and 8d „ 

Poor Rate, ... ... ... 9d „ 

School Rate, ... ... ... 4d „ 

Gas, ... ... ... ... 4s 7d per 1000 cubic feet 



North Bute 


:. — School Rate, 
Poor Rate, 






... 


5d per £1 
5d „ 


Kingarth. 


— School Rate, 
Poor Rate, 








6d£ „ ' 
4d „ 


KlLMORY. 


— School Rate, 
Poor Rate, 








lOd „ 
Is 6d „ 


Kilbride. 


— School Rate, 
Poor Rate, 








lid „ 
Is Id „ 


Millport. 


— Police, 

General Ittr rovement, 
General Sewers, 
Special Sewers,... 
Registration, 
Po >r Rate, 
School Eate, 
Roads and Bridges, 





... 


... lc 


8d „ 
Id „ 
0d „ 
I to 6d „ 
id „ 
2d „ 

Oid ., 




FIARS PRICES. 




1880. 1881 
Wheat, per Quarter, £2 2 £2 
Barley, „ ... 1 11 1\ 1 6 
Bere, „ 16 18 
Oats, „ ..11 10| 1 2 
Beans, „ 2 10 2 
Oatmeal, per 140 Lbs. 15 9 17 


1882 
£1 13 
15 
15 
2£ 1 1 
10 2 2 
8 18 


3 



2f 

2 


1883 1884 
£1 13 3 £1 6 
1 5 8£ 1 2 9 
14 9 

1 1 2£ 1 4 

2 2 1 16 5 
18 10 7 



COUNTY OF AYR. 



Population in 1871, 200,S09 ; in 1881, 217,504. Valuation, £1,345,976 9/3. 

Parliamentary Constituencies. — North Ayrshire, 3848 ; R. W. Cochran-. 
Pat ick, m.p. (Conservative). South Ayrshire, 4109 ; Major-General 
Claud Alexander, m.p. (Conservative). 

Lieutenancy. — Lord-Lieutenant and Sheriff-Principal, The Earl of Stair, k.t, 
Vice-Lieutenant. Richard Fiedeiick Fotheringham Campbell of Craigie" 
M.P. Clerk of Lieutenancy, Willi -im Macrone, Ayr. 

Sheriff and Commissary Court. — Sheriff and Commissary, Comrie Thom- 
son, abvocate. Sheriff-Subs, and Coin. Deputes, Win. Alexander Orr 
Paterson, adv. David Hall, adv. Sheriff Clerk, Evan Allan Hunter, 
w.s. Depute-Clerk for Ayr District, John Lockhart. Denute Clerk 
for Kilmarnock District, Thos. Fulton. Commissary Clerk, Rwbt.Goudie. 
Proc.-Fiscals for County, Robert Dou.izlas Murdoch, Ayr, and J. P, 
Stevenson, Kilmarnock. Auditor, John Lockhart, Macer, Hugh 
Arthur. 

Commissioners of Supply. — Convensr, Captain David Boyle, of Shewalton, 
R.N. Clerk to Comniss'onBrs, Chas. George Shaw. Assessor, George 
Buchanan. Collector of County Rates, James M. M'Cosh, Dairy. 

County Polce Committee. — Capt ,in David Boyle, of Shewalf;on,R.N T , (c^air-. 
man). 'Ma^or-Geoeral Cliud Alexander, of Ballochmyb, M.P. Sir E, 
H. Blair, of Blairquhan, Bart. Captain Campbell, of Auchmannoch, 
Colonel C. V. Campbell of Netherplace. R. F. F. Campbell, of Craigie, 
M.P. R. M. Pollock of Middleton. W. C. S. Cunninghame, of Cap- 
rington. William Finnie ; of Newfield. Lieut. -Colonel Guuld Hunter 
Weston, of Hu t3rston. Hugh Hamilton, of P nmore. R. A. Oswald B 
of Auch'encruive. R. W. C. Patrick, of Ladylanl, m.p. ll.d. W. 
Ralston P..t;iek, of Trearne. The Marquess of Ai'sa. Provost Wright, 
of Irvine. r J he Lord Lieutenant, the Sheriff of Ayrshire, W. A. 
Orr Paterson (in absence of Sh Tiff), and Sheriff-^ubstiLute, ex-officiis. 
Clerk, Charles G. Shaw. Chief-Constable, Commander Hardy M'Hardy,. 
R.N. 

County Gaol.— Governor, Major M'Aulay. Chaplin and Teacher, John 
Duncan. Surgeon, Robsrt Dobbie, m.d- Matron, Mrs Reid. 

District Lunacy Board.— Chairman, Major-G?neral Burnett, of Gadgirth. 
Three a quorum. Sir E. H. Blair, of Blairqrdian, Fart. Capt. David., 
BoyJe of Shewaiton, R.N. CoLnel C. V. Hamilton Campbell, of 
NeWrp'ace Capt. Campbell, of Aucbmannoch. W. C. S. 
Cunnino-hame, of Caprington. Thomas M. Gemmeil, of Frankville. 
R. M. Pollok, of Middleton. The Provost of Ayr. The Provcst of 
Jrviue. The Provost of Kilmarnjck. Clerk, Charles George Shaw. 



District of Official Directory. Largs. 

District Asylum. — Medical Superintendent, C. H. Skae, m.d. Chaplain, 
John Duncan, Matron, Miss Roy. House Steward, D. M'Coll. 

Local Authority. — (Contagious Diseases Acts.) Chxirman, Hon. G. R. 
Vernon. Clerk to the Local Authority, Charles G. Shaw. 



LARGS. 



Population of Town and Parish in 1871, 4084 ; in 1881, 5137 (3533 in Largs, 
884 in Skelmorlie, and 720 in Fairlie). Parliamentary Constituency, 460. 

For County Boards, tfc, see County List. 

Corporation. — Chief Magistrate, John Clark. Junior Magistrates, Peter 
Watson and Al x. Eraser. Commissioners, Jehu Hill Malcolm, Geo. 
Barclay. V\iliam Blyth, Thomas Clark, Dewar Paton. Peter Watson, 
Peter Morris, and Alex. Eraser. 

Burgh Officials. — Clerk to Commissioners, James Fleck, jun. Collector and 
Treasurer, John K. Boyd. Supeiintendent of Water Works, Master of 
Works, and Inspector of Cleansing, James Easton. Medical Officer, 
John Moyes, m.d. Procurator-Fiscal for Burgh, Robert bimpson ; for 
Parish, James Patrick. 

Largs forms a portion of the Kilmarnock Sheriff-Court District. 

Justices of the Peace resident in the District. — George Elder, Kncck Castle. 
Major Eckford, Elm Bank; Captain Laufider, r.n. ; Robert Aitken, 
Woodburn ; Robert Kirkwood, m.d. ; and W. J. Armstrong, Fairlie. 

Justice of Peace Court for Small Debts is held on the first Monday of every 
month at 11 a.m. Depute-Clerk of the Peace, James Y. Simpson. 

Clergymen. — Church of Scotland, John Keith, a.m., b.d. Fairlie, 
Arthur Allan. Skelmorlie, vacant. Free, Charles Watson. Fairlie, 
"William J. Fleck, United Presbyterian, John B. K. M'Intyre. 
Skelmorlie, John Boyd. St Columba'S Episcopal, W. L. Lowe, 
m.a. Koman Catholic, William Gallaghar. Session-Clerk, D. 
G. Glen. Kirk Treasurer, D. G. Glen. Clerk to Heiitors, James 
Patrick. 

School Board. — Dewar Paton, chairman. Thomas Duff, Thomas Clark' 
John Carswell, John Knox Boyd, Alexander Fraser, and Rev. J. R 
Wood. Secretary and Treasurer, Alexander Hill. Officer, John Orr. 

Schools. — Public School, Miss Barclay, and Miss Kerr. Brisbane Academy 
Public School, George Jeffrey, R. K, Howie, and Jas. Stewart. School 
of Industry, Miss Lyon. 



District of Official Directory. Largs. 

Law Agents. — John Boyd, n.p.; James Fleck, jun. ; Jain es. Patrick, n.p. 
Alexander Hill, and John Morris. 

Surgeons — "William A. Caskie, a.m., m.d. ; and John Moyes, m.d.; 

Post and Telegraph Office. — (For Rates of Postage, &c, see West Coast 
Almanac.) — Depute Postmistress, Miss Mary Jane Wood. Arrivals, 6.30. 
10 a.m., and 6 p.m. Departures, 7.30 a.m., and 2.30 p.m.; also 6.30 in 
June, July, and August. 

Sub-Distributor of Stamfs, and Sub-Collector of Taxes. — Alex. Young. 

Banks. — Union Limitel, Major A. H. Eckford, and Alex. Young, joint agents 
Rojal, \V. J. Armstrong and J. K. Boyd, joint agents. British Linen, 
John Moriis. 

Insurance Agencies. — Caledonian, Alex. Hill. Imperial Fire, James Patrick. 
Insurance Company of Set '.and, J. Jack. Life Association, Alexander 
Young. Northern, D. G. Glen. North British and Mercantile, James 
Fleck, jun. Phoenix, John K. Boyd. Royal, Bryce Barr. Sottish Acci- 
dent, Limited, Major A. H. Eckford and Alexander Young. Scottish 
Am'c ible Life, Jas. Patrick. Scottish Provincial, J. Y. Simpson. Scott- 
ish Union and National, Major A. H. Eckford. Sun, Alexander Young. 
United Kingdom and Temperance Provident, J. Y Simpson. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman, John Carswell. Inspector, John Watson. 
Inspector of NuLances, John Jack. Collector, Alexander Fraser. Sur- 
geon, William A. Caskie. 

Registrar of Births, &c. — David Goudie Glen. 

Gas Light Company. — Convener, James Anderson. Treasurer, John M. Hill. 
Clerk, Alt n Hill. 

Coast Guard. — (One man) at Largs. Captain A. J. Day, Divisional Officei* 
Coast Guards, Greenock. 

Ayrshire Mission to the Deaf and Dumb. — Treasurer, 

Conveyances. — Steamers ply between Largs and Glasgow, and other ports o n 
the Clyde, and also in connection with the Wemyss Bay Railway. 'Bn s 
runs to Fflirlie in connection with railway there. Goods steamers "Bute'* 
and "Norman," between Glasgow, Gre- nock, Rothesay, Largs, and 
Millport, daily. Railway fetation opened at Largs in June. 

Harbour Coy. — Chairman, W. J. Armstrong. Secretary, John Boyd, writer, 
Treasurer, David Goudie Glen. Harbour Master, Robert Wright. 

Fair.— Comb's Day, first Tuesday of June, after the 12th, N.s. 

Fast Days. — Thursday before last Sabbath of April and before Sabbath near- 
est full moon in October. 

RoyalIargs Yacht Club.— Commodore, John Clark, "Wendur." Secre- 
tary, John Morris. Treasurer, M. Craig, cloth er. 

For list of Tradesmen &c, see " West Coast Almanac. 



COUNTY OF ARQYLL. 



Population of County in 1871, 57,679; in 1881, (Males, 37,846; Females, 
38,594) Total, 76,440. Increase in 10 years 761. 

Valuation of Shire, £463,495 4/4. Increase over previous year, £2707 14/ i0. 

Parliamentary Constituency, 3604. Member of Parliament for tb.3 County 
Lorl Colin Campbell (Liberal.) 

Lieutenancy. — L^rl Lieutenant and High Sheriff, The Duke of Argyll, k.t* 
Clerk, William Douglas, Inveraray, 

Police Committee.— J. W. Malcolm, yr., of PoPalloch (chairman ) ; Lie it. - 
Colonel C. A. M'Dougall, of Dunollie ; C, C. Fi lay, yr. Toward ; John G. 
Campbell, of Shirvai-n ; Captain D. Campb dl, of I iverneill ; Captain 
James C. Campbell, of Ardpatrick, R.N.; Colin G. Campbell, of Stone- 
field ; John Campbell, yr., of Sfconetield ; Lieut.-Gol. Duncan Campb 11, of 
Southhall; John Campbell, ot'Kilberry; Alexand r Forbes Irvine, Sheriff 
of the County ; T. W. Murray Allan of Glen "eochan ; B>ct' r MacNeal 
of Ugadale ; Wm. J. B. Martin, of Ormaig ; Sir John W. P. Campbell 
Orde, Barb., of Kilm">ry ; and Arch. Oswald, Dunoon, Giief-C notable 
— Colin M'Kay, Lochgilphead. Clerk, Dugald M'Lachlaa, Lochgilphead. 
Superintendent, James Fraser. 

Argyll and Bute District Lunacy Board.— J. W. Ma'co'm, yr., of Pol- 
talloch (chairman); Alexander Campbell, of Auchndarroc i ; Captain 
Duncan Campbell of Inverneill; Lt.-Ool. Duncan Campbell of South- 
hall ; Capt. James C. Campbell, of Ardpatrick, R.N.; Colin C. Finlav, yr. of 
Castle Toward ; Thomas A. G. Furlong Gordon, of South Erins ; Lieut. - 
Colonel C. A. M'Dougall, of Dunollie ; Jam^s Macpherson, Campbel- 
town ; John C impbell, of Kilb Try ; Donald N. Kicol, of Ardmarnock ; 
and Wm. Graham, Esq. of N, Erins. Representatives of Bute District— 
Charles Duncan, Rothesay ; Provost Sharp, Rothesay; Joun W, Stuart, 
Rothesay. Clerk of Lunacy Board, Archibald M'Ewan, Lochgilphead. 
Medical Sup rintendent, John Cameron, M.D. Medical Assistant, Duacaa 
R. Stewart, m.b., Edinburgh. 

Sheriff and Commissary Court. — Sheriff and Commissary, Alex. Forbes 
Irvine, of Drum, adv. Sher.ff-Sub. and Com. Deputes :— at Inveraray, 
George Campion, a Ivocate ; at Campbeltown, George S. Dundas. adv.; at 
Tobermory, Hugh Ross, w.s.; at Fort-William, James Simpson. 
S'ai liff and Commissary Clerk, Scipio Mactaggart, w.s. Sheriff and 
Com. Clerk Dep., at Inveraray, Archibald Henderson. Sheriff-Clerk 
Dep. at Campbeltown, Robert Giffen. Do., at Tobermory, Duncan 
Mackenzie. Do., at Fort-Wiliiam, Donald Fraser. Procurator-Fiscal, 
John Campbell MacLullich, s.s.c. Clerk of Supply and County Road 
Clerk, William Douglas, Inveraray. Auditor of Court, Arch. Henderson. 
Sheriff Courts lor Small Debts held quarterly at Oban, Lochgilphead, 
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County of Official Directory. Argyll. 

and twice a year at Bowmore a ad Bridgend in the Island of Islay, and 
at Dunoon once every six weeks. 

Licensing Committee. — /. Lorn Road District— T W Murray- Allan of Glen- 
feochan; Lieut.-Col. C A M'Dougall, ra, of Dunollie ; A. S. Stevenson of 
Auchnacloch ; Capt. J C Stewart of Fasnacloich ; William Hosack, Kil- 
maronaig, Oban ; A. J. C. Campbell of Dunstaffuage. 

II. North and South Argyll Road District— Sir J W P Campbell Orde, Bart., 
converter ; John Malcolm of Poltalloch ; Colin G Campbell of Stonefield; 
Sir JWP Campbell Orde Bart., of Kilmory; James Wyllie, Chamberlain 
of Argyll ; Henry Bruce of Ederline ; John G Campbell of Shirvain ; 
Capt. Duncan Campbell of In verneill; Alex. Campbell of Auchendarroch; 
and Geo. Campion, Sheriff-Substitute, Inveraray. 

///. Mull, Ardnainurchan and Morven Road District — Lieut-Col. C G Gardyne 
of Glenforsa ; Francis W Clark of Ulva; Sir Thomas M Riddell, Bart., of 
Suinart ; Col. Chailes Cheape of Killundine ; A C Guthrie of Duart ; 
James N Forsyth of Quinish ; M G Maclaine of Lochbuy ; William Lang 
of Some ; J J Dalgleish, of Ardnamurchan ; and Hugh Ross, Sheriff- 
Substitute, Tobermory. 

I V. Kintyre, Tarbert, and Islay Road District — Kirkman Finlay of Dunlossit ; 
James Campbell of Jura ; John Campbell, yr., of Stonefield ; J. M.' 
Hall of Tangy ; Alex. Forbes M'Kay of Carskey ; Major Macalister, 
yr. of Glenbarr ; W M'Kionon of Balnakill ; Hector M'Neal of Ugadale ; 
<_apt. James C Campbell, RN., of Ardpatrick ; James R. Ballingall, Lalla- 
bus, Islay. 

V. Coivaland Duiwon — Alex. S Finlay of Castle Toward; Lt.-Col. Duncan 
Campbell of South Hall ; tir John Douglass Bart., a c b., of Glenfn;rt ; 
Alex. M'Pkerson, Sandbank; Duncan Buchanan of Ach n >rcc"? ;Aro!d'. 
Clark, of Garachra ; Edward Parker Campbell, yr. of fc'outh Hallj; John 
A. Lockett, Bullwood, Dunoon. 

The Local Authority under "The Contagious Diseases (Animals) Act, 
1878."— The Duke of Argyll, Lord Lieutenant of the County ; John W 
Malco.m, yr., of P.ltalloch, (c. n.ener and chaiiman of the Board;) Altx. 
Forbes IrviLe, of Drum, Sheriff of Argyll, members ex officiis. 

Argyll and Bute Artillery Volunteers.— Head-Quarters Rothesav 
Lieut. -Colonel Commanding— Fred. Campbell. Lieut.-Col., Jan es Bett" 
Majors— Dugald M 'Lachlan and Angu< Whyte. Captains— John Camp- 
bell ; Duncan M'Caig, Hon. Major ; D. R. Menzies ; John Cameron 
Peter M'Neil, W Sproat, J Cullen, and J Windsor Stuart. Lieu- 
tenants— James E M'Larty, Alex. M'Pherson, John Stuart D R 
S e varr, A Mitchell, jun., Hugh M'Diarmid, H A Ross, J D Cameron 
H Maefarlane, R J Graham, J Gardner, P Carmichiel, and Adam D 
Macbeth. Adjutant— R Oaks, Capt. ra. Sui e-eons— John Hunter 
and Win. Hunter. Hon. A Surgeons— J M'Kinzie, J M'Gowan, md and 
K MN. Campbell, m d. Acting Chaplain-Rev. J F M'Pheison, bd. 

Argyllshire Highland Rifle Volunteers— Uniform, Scarlet, Facings Yellow 
Territorial (Sutherland) Tartan Kilt. Head-quarters, Dunoon — Hon 
Colonel -The Duke of Argyll, k T. Lieut-Colonel— J W Malcolm" 
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County of Official Directory. ArgyU. 

Major— Alex. F M,Kay, Hon. Lieut.-Ol., late Capt. 92nd Highlanders, 
Captains — C C Greenlees, Hon. Major ; W J B Mai tin, Hon. Major ; 
Robert Philips ; John Murray, Hon. Major ; John Macinnes. and D 
Mactaggart. Lieutenants — William Munro, HJB D Smith,. D M'Kechni'e, 
Peter Sinclair, Wm. D Anderson, Lewis MFarlane, Charles M'Taggert, 
Pat. C Bruce, Robert Paterson, J G Bruce. Hon. GN Irby, D M'Callum, 
R Kinloch, and R C Campbell Graham. Adjutant — Wm. Jas. Hall, Hon. 
Major. Quarter-master— J Lawson. Surgeon — Donald Campbell. Act- 
ing Surgeon— James Hunter, m. b. Act, Chaplain — Rev. Dr Cameron. 

Commissioners of Supply. — John W Malcolm, younger, of Poltalloch, 
(convener) ; John Ramsay of Kildalton, mp.;W JB Martin of Ormaig; 
Lieut-Col. C G Gardyne of Glenforsa ; JJ Dalgleish of Ardnamurchun ; 
Lt-Cl. C A M'Dougall of Diinollfe ; T W Murray-Allan of Glenfeochan ; 
Hector M'Neal of Ugadale; Lt-Col, Duncan Campbell of South Hall; Capt. 
JC Stewart of Fasnacloich; Alex. S Finlay of ■ Castle Toward; Kirkman 
Finlay of Dunlossit; Sir J W P Campbell Orde, Bart., of Kilmory; J Wyllie, 
Chamberlain of Argyll; David M 'Gibbon, Chamberlain, Campbeltown. 

TenanU — Robert Laurie, of Fincham, Kilmartin; Donald M'Dougall, Ashens y 
Tarbert ; John M'Aithur, Barbreck, Inverary ; Samuel Mitchell, Strath, 
Campbelltown ; D A M'Diarmid, Mull ; William Hunter, Machriebeg, 
Campbeltown ; Colin Hay, Ardbeg, Islay ;. Angus Buchanan, Auchenrear;: 
William Hosack, Kilmaronaig, Oban ; Alex. M 'Donald, Nether Largie ; 
Alex. M'Connachy, Dail, Islay ; Duncan T Campbell, Duiletter ; John 
Robertson, Glencrippesdale,- Hector Campbell, Ardfmaig ; Duncan Buch- 
anan, of Achdachyearnbeg. 

Clerk, Wm. Douglas, Inveraray; Collector, David Murray Maxtone, Camp- 
beltown. 

Valuation Committee. — John W Malcolm, yr., of Poltalloch, (Chairman) 
John Ancell, Innellan ; Duncan Buchanan, Achdachyearnbeg ; Alex- 
Campbell of Achindarroch ; Colin G Campbell of Stonefield ; Capt. Dun. 
Campbell of Inverneil, and Ross ; John G Campbell of Shirvain ; Archd. 
Clark of Garachra; Colin C Finlay, yr., of Castle Toward ; J N M Forsvth 
of Quinish ; J M Hall of Tangy ; Wm. Hosack, Oban ; Archd M'Intyre, 
Dunoon ; W J B Martin of Ormaig ; T W Murray- Allan of Glenfeochan ; 
Lieut-Col. C A M'Dougall of Dunollie ; Don. N Nicol, of Ardmarnock ; 
Sir J W P Campbell Orde, Bart,, of Kilmory ; Archd. Oswald, Dunoon - r 
and J C Stewart of Fasnacloich. 



DUNOON DISTRICT. 



Population of the United Parishes of Dunoon and Kilmun in 1871, 6824 ; 
1881, 7975. Municipal constituency, 1476. Parliamentary Constituency, 
982.. 

For County .Boards, o°c, see Cowvty List.. 
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District of Official Directory. Dunoon. 

Commissioners of Police. — Provost, Hugh Duncan. Bailies— John Martin, 
and James Lyall. Commissioners — David Doig, William Tulloch, 
Alexander Melville, William Whitelaw, Walter Smith, Neil M'Nish, 
James Ingles, Thomas Paterson, and Alex Gaw. 

Burgh Officals. — Clerk, William Munro. Collector and Treasurer, James 
Hunter. Procurastor-Fiscal, Daniel Anderson. Medical Officer, Dr 
Banks. Sanitary Inspector, Janes Danks. Superintendent of Polici 
D. Fraser. Inspector of Common Lodgings, D. Fraser. 

Justices of the Peace. — Dunoon — Peter Bald, Archibald Oswald, Robert 
Clark, William Munro, Josej)h Dalton, John A. Lockett, Hugh Duncar, 
and Gen Anderson. Innellan — John Donald, John Hunter, John 
Mowatt, and Alexander Smith, Innellan. Sandbank— Robt Hunter, 
David Kinghorn, and Robert Smith, Sandbank. Kirn — David Out- 
ram, A. G. Graham, James E. Graham, A. H. M'Lean, and John Thom- 
son, Kirn. Hunter's Quay— Francis B Leckie. Toward — A. 
S. Finlay, Castle Toward. Depute Clerk — Wm. Munro. Procurator- 
Fiscal — D. Anderson. 

Sheriff Court.— Held every six weeks for Small Debt and Dents recovery 
cases. Depute Sheriff Clerk, William Munro. Officers, J. & W. Warner 

Lawyers. — Wm. Munro n.p., Daniel Anderson n.p. 

Clergymen— Church of Scotland— John Cameron, d.d., Dunoon. Robert 
Craig, m.a., Ardentinny. James Hay, Kirn. George Mathieson, D.D., 
Innellm. J. M'Corkinda'le, Locbgoilhead. Gavin Mason, Sandbank, 
John B. Service, M.A., Strone. J. M. M'Arfchur, Toward. Free — 
Robert M'Moran, and D. M'Nicol, Dunoon. J. Irving m.a., Innellan. 
D. Kerchar, Kilmun. John Headrick, Sandbank. United Presby- 
terian — J. C. Johnston, Dunoon. Adam Gray, Kirn. R. Henderson. 
Innellan. Scottish Episcopal — Henry Harrison. F. N. Oxenham, 
Innellan. Roman Catholic— H. Van Baer. The English Episcopal and 
Baptist denominations have various officiating Clergymen dining the 
Summer months. 

School Board.— J. Edward Graham (chairman), Rev. Herman Van Baer. 
Alexander Smith Baird, Rev. John Cameron, Rev. Duncan M'Nicol, Rev, 
Gavin Mason, Neil M'Neish, Mrs Tulloch, and James William Turner. 
Officers : — For Dunoon, Peter Harvey; for Kilmun, G. M'Kellar ; for In- 
nellan, J. Murrry. Clerk, D. Anderson. Treasurer, Wm. Christie. 

Schools. — Dunoon Public, Robert Byers ; do. Female, Miss Mackenzie ; 
Kirn Public, George More ; Fres Church, Adam Nevin Arthur. 

Registrar of BiRras, &c. — Mr John Dobie. 

Stamps and Taxes. — Distributor and Collector — Thomas Scotland. Sur- 
veyor, Philip Sulley. Clerk, Wm. Munro. Assessor, Wm. Christie. 

Banks. — Clydesdale — John Dobie. Union— Wm. Munro. British Linen C». 
— Daniel Anderson, 

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District of Official Directory. Dunoon. 

Insurance Agents. — Caledonian, R. L. Smith, W. Warner; County Fire, T. 
Scotland ; General, H. Duncan ; Insurance Co. of Sotland, J. S. Lang; 
Lancashire, W. Oswald and James Hunter ; Life Association, Wra. 
Moore ; London aud South wark Fire, Geo. Smith Laug ; North British 

and Mercantile, Win. M'Leod ; Northern, Jame3 C. Money ; P icanix 
Fire, John Doboie ; Provid safe, Jotm Dobbie ; Prudential, William 
Warner ; Queen, John M'D nald ; Royal, John Russell and Robert 
Mitchell ; Sottish Accident Co., W. A. Oswald aad John Russ 11 ; 
Scottish Amicable Fir^, Wiliam Warner; Scottish Liie, Din. Anders >i ; 
Imperial, Alex. Gaw ; Provincial, Duncan M'Callum ; Standard Life] 
Daniel Anderson ; City of Glasgiw Life, Wm. Munro; Sun Fir*, Wm! 
Munro and John Dobbie ; West of England, Tnoinai Scotland. 

Parochial Board of thr Ukited Parishes of Dunoon and Kilmun. — 
Hugh Drncan (chairman) ; Iuspector, ; Collect r, George 

Chalmers ; Medical Officers, Dr Banks, Dunoon ; Dr John Dickie 
Kilmun ; Dr George Boye?, Innellau. 

Dunoon and Cowal Liberal Association. — President, J. Edward Graham, 
Dunclutha. Secretary, William Munro. Treasuier, George Muir. 

Glasgow Cowal Society. — Hod. President, Captain Alex. M'Lean, of steanie* 
"Marqus of Bute" ; President, Mo^s Huiter. Vice-President, Jas- 
M'Kellar. Treasurer, John M'Fie. Secretary, Duncan Morrison- 
Directors, Colin Brown, Alex. M'Kellar, Thomas Dunlop, Peter 
M'Lean, Duncan Currie, Duncan Whyte, John Black, Donald Currie, 
and William Taylor, di members j >ined during the year, Jb'100 was 
distributed, and the capital amounts to £708 8/8, 

Dunoon and Kilmun Cemetery. — Superintendent, 

District Road Trust.— Chairman, Archibald Gitahrist. Clerk, William 
Annan, Glasgow. Collector, Surveyor, Richard Callan. 

West of Scotland Convalescent Sea Side Homes. — Promoter, Miss r Beatrice 
Clugston. Chairman of Directors, Sir Peter Coats. Superintendent,, 
John Campbell. Surgeon, James Denniston. Secretary and Treasurer, 
R. Hillhouse, George Square, Glasgow. 

Gas Company. — Chairman, Archibald Oswald. Secretary and Treasurer 
William Munro. Manager and Collector, D. Robertson. 

Agricultural Society.— President, James Duncan, B.nmore. Secretary and 
Treasurer, John Dobie. 

District Licencing Committee. — Sir John Douglas, g.c.b. ;' Archibald Clark 
A. S. Fin lay, Alexander M'Pherson, Duncan Buchanan and 
Lieut. -Colonel Campbell. 

Surgeons. — John Banks, James Gemmel, m.d., A. T. Wilson, Hugh Murray 
m.d., Jamas Denniston, Robt. Munro. Dunoon. Dr Boyes, Innellan* 
Dr Dickie,Strone 

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District of Official Directory. Dunoon. 

Piers. — Dunoon — William Mat on, manager. Kirn — Fred. Brown, lessee, 
Bowling Club. — President, Charles Morrison. Secretary, George Muir. 

Clyde Corinthian Yacht Club. — Head Quarters Hunter's Quay. — Com- 
modore, Stewart Clark, M. P., Vanduara ; vice-commodore, J. Stevenson 
Stewart, Neptune ; rea-rcommodore, J. M. Tulloch, Ellen ; stewards — 
Duncan Campbell. Robert Dickie, Patrick Graham, M. Hunter Ken- 
nedy, R. B Mitchell, Alexander Melville, R. R. Ure, Charles Watt, 
and William Wylie. Hon secretary and treasurer — Andrew Mitchell, 
38 Windsor Terrace, Glasgow. Opening cruise —Queen's Birthday ; ren- 
dezvous, Rosneath, Gaieloch. 20th June — Matches for yachts not 
exceeding 10 tons (handicap), 3 tons, 19 feet and 15 feet. 11th July (re- 
gatta) — Matches for yacht3 not exceeding 20 to >s (handicap), in crusing 
canvas), 5 tons, 3 tons, 19 feet and 15 feet. 8th August — Matches for 
yachts not exceeding 10 tons (handicap), 3 tons 19 feet and 15 feet. 
22nd August — Closing cruise. 

Dunoon Argyll Curling Club. — Lome Curling Club.— President, F. P 
Ste^aru ; Vice-President, W Murdoch ; Treasurer, J Tannock.; Secretary, 
T A Cooper. 

Dunoon District Conservative Association. — President, A G Graham, Park 
House ; Secretary, J Stewart ; Treasurer, J Marcin. 

Dunoon Amateur Boating Club.— Hon -President, J W Malcolm of Poltal- 
loch ; President, J Dobie ; Vice-President, R Callan. Secretary and 
Treasurer, Alex. Campbell. 

Horticultural Society. — President, Geo. Headman, Treasurer, John 
Martin. Secretary, J. Dobie. 

Dunoon and Kirn Benevolent Association. — President, Rev. John Cameron- 
Secretary, Rev. J. C. Johnston. Treasurer, 

Musical Association. — Conductor A. Galloway. Secretary, W. A. Oswald. 
Treasurer, J. R. L. Smito. 

Young Men's Christian Association. — President, Jas. Wilson. Secretary, 
William Gray. 

Bible Society. — President, Rev. Dr Cameron. Secretary, Eev. J. C. 
Johnston. 

Good Templar y.— "Star of Cowal," " Heathfield," and "Star of Cowal" 
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St Andrew Society.— President, J. Phillips. Secretary, George Chalmers 
Treasurer, Alexander Cameron. 

Masonic^ Lodge.—" Argyle." 335.— R.W.M. Thomas A, Cooper. Treasurer, 
Daniel Anderson. Secretary, Robert M'Laren. 

Shepherds.—" Star of West " Lodge 1705.— W. Pastor, Adam Carsewell. 
Secretary, Walter Grieve. Treasurer, James Andrews. 



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District of Official Directory, Dunoon. 

Athletic Sports Committee. — Chairman, Wm, M'Leod. Secy., J. Christie- 
Treas., W. Warner. 

Postal Arrangements — (For Rates of Postage &c, see West Coast Almanac.) 
— Postmaster — Thomas Smith. Despatches, 7.30 a.m.; 2.35 and 3.45 p.m. 
Deliveries, 9.45 a.m., and 5.20 p.m. Extra deliveries during June, July, 
and August at 7 a.m. 

Fairs. — Third Thursday in January, aad third Thursday in February. 

Fast Days. — First Thursday in May and third Thursday in November. 

West or Scotland b Seaside Homes. — Promoter, Miss Beatrice Clugston ; 
Chairman of Directors, Sir Peter Coats ; Secys., D. Teas, and E. Hill- 
house, Cerge square, Glasgow ; Surgeon, James Denni.toun ; Superin- 
tendent, John Campbell. 

For Lists of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see " West Coast Almanac." 



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TIGHNABRTJAICH. 



For County Boards, #c.,see County List. 
Justce of the Peace resident in the District — Dr Mackenzie. 

School Board of Kilfinnan— H. Burnly-Campbell (Cha'rinan), George 

Lyon, Robert Duncan, Neil Nicolson, N. M. Mactie. 
Schools. — Tiirhnabruaich' — Ham. Nisbet, Miss M'Callum. Millhouse — Mr 

Cunnnr, Mrs Turnbull. Kilfinnan — Miss Temple ton. Ardlamont — Mrs 

Alexander. Otter — Mrs Stewart. 

Royal Bank. — Dr Mackenzie, Agent. 

Clergymen, — Church of Seotland, Rev. Angus M\Phee, Kilfinnan, 
Rev. Norman M. Macfie, m.a., b.t>., Tighnabruaich. Free, Rev. Jam.* 
Young, Tighnabruaich. Rev. Duncan Campbell, Millhouse. 

Physicians. — John M'Kenzie, m.d., and Dr MacMillan. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman, Donald Nicol of Ardmarnoch. Inspector 
and Collector, Alexander Stewart. Medical Officer, Dr M'Kenzie. 

Registrar of Births, &c, Alexander Stewart. 

Piers. — Tighnabruaich, T. Scoular. Auchenlochan, R Duncan. Kame 8 
John MacEwen. 

Agricultural Society. — Secretary, Neil Nicolson. 

Horticultural Sojiety. — Secretary, R. M. Ferrie. 

Curling Clubs. — Tighnabruaich — Secretary, Thomas Dobbie. Kilfinnan— 
Secretary, Peier Wilson. 

Sanitary Inspector. — Alexander Stewart. 

Cattle Sale held annually, and Feeing Fair beginning of May. 

Fast. — Thursday before first Sunday in May. 

Aquatic Club — Secretary, John M'Kellar. 

Communications. — Steamers daily from Glasgow, Greenock, Eothesay, and also 
to Tarbert, Ardri haig, and the West. 

Postal Arrangements. — (For Rates of Postage &c, see West Coast Almanac.) 
— Postmaster, D. Gunn. Despatches, to Glasgow, Edinburgh, and all parts 
at 10.20 a.m.; on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Rothesay, 
Greenock, Glasgow, and all parts, 2. 15 daily. Tarbert, Ardrishaig, Oban, 
and the West, i 0.20 daily. Kames, Millhouse, Kilfinnan, &c, 11 daily, 
From Wall Box at Tighnabruaich Pier, 2.35 p.m. From Kames at 9.55 
a.m. ; and 1.35 p.m. Deliveries from Glasgow, Greenock, and all parts about 
11.45 a.m.; daily. From the West about 6.45 p.m. Extra delivery in 
June, July, August, September, and October about 6.45 p.m. 

For list of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see " West Coast Almanac." 



CAMPBELTOWN. 



Population in 1871, 6628 ; in 1881, (Malas, 3576; Femibs, 3982) 7558. In 
crea3e in 10 years, 930. 

The Burgh along with Ayr, Irvine, Inveraray, and Oban, returns one 
Member to Parliament. Ayr is the returning Burgh. R. F. F. Camp- 
bell, of Craigie, m.p., (Liberal.) 

parliamentary Constituency, 1 884, 863. 

Municipal Constituency, 1883— Male, 863 ; Female, 170—1033. 

For County Boards, $c, see County List. 

The Corpobation. — Provost, Duncan Colville. Senior Bailie,, Jame 8 
M'Pherson. Junior Bailie, John Muir. Dean of Guild, J. M'Kersie. 
Treasurer, James Dunlop. Councillors — John Ralston, John Brown, 
William Gillan, Robert Armour, John Robertson, J. M. M'Taggart, 
Gavio Thomson, William Rae, Charles M'Eachran, Peter M'Kay, 
Archibald Campbell, and William G. C. Paul. 

Burgh Officals. — Town Clerk, Daniel Mactaggart. Town Chamberlain, 
Andrew Hamilton. Burgu Procurator-Fiscal, John Murray Collector 
of Burgh Assessments, And. Hamilton. Harbour Master, Duncan 
M'Eachran. Burgh Assessor, Colin Hart. 

Sheriff Court.— (Sits on Friday.) Sheriff, Alexander Forbes Irvine, adv. 
Sher.ff-Substitute, George Smythe Dundas, advocate. Sheriff-Clerk, 
Scipio Mactaggart, w.s. Sheriff -Clerk Depute, Robert Giffen. Pro- 
curator-Fiscal, Daniel Mactaggart. Procurator-Fiscal Depute, A. 
M'Kay Elliot. Auditor of Court, Robt, Giffen. 

Justice of the Peace Court.— (Sits first Monday of every Month.) 

Justices of the Peace, resident in the District— Provost and Bailies of Camp- 
beltown for the time being (distillers excepted); John Colville of Muas- 
dale ; Robert Colville, Drumore ; Donald Corkindale, Ballygreggan ; 
Robert Crawford, Lochanish; Daniel Greenlees, distiller; Samuel Green- 
lees of Moy; David M 'Dougall, banker; Sheriff-Substitute of Argyllshire 
for the time being ; Duncan Stuart, Knockriooh ; Charles C. Greenlees, 
distiller ; Peter M'Kinnon, Rosernomit ; Peter M'Kinnon, Devaar ; 
M. Andrew, Anderston; David M' Gibbon, Chamberlain; D. J. K. Mac- 
donald, of Sanda ; and Captain Scarlett of Gigha. 

Clerk of the Peace, Scipio Mactaggart, w.s. Depute Clerk, Robert Giffen, 
Procuator Fiscal, Dauiel Mactaggart, County Police Superintendent, 
D. M'Kecknie. 

Clergymen.— Church of Scotland, (1st Charge), Jas. Curdie Russell,p.D„ 
Do. (2nd Charge), George Walter Strang, a.m. United Presby- 
terian, John Thomson. Free, Lochend, John M'^ueen, a.m, Do, 

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District of Official Directory. Campbeltown. 

Lome St., Duncan Graham. Episcopal, C.JT. Wakeham. Roman 
Catholic, Archibald J. J. M'Donell. 

School Board. — Chairman, Rev. Dr Russell. Dr William Gibson, Rev. 
Duncan Graham. Rev. John Thomson, Dr John Cunningham, Charles 
M 'Eachan, and D. M'Dougall. Clerk and Treasurer, Dav. M. Maxton. 

Schools. — Burgh Grammar School, Hugh Lee, b.a. (London), Rector; Wm' 
Templeton, Robert Aird, and John M'Innes, assistants ; Miss Frances 
Dickenson, Infant and Industrial Teacher. Dalintober Boys', A. 
Montgomerie, Do. Girls', Miss Jessie Lothian. Fern. Sch. of Industry, 
Argyll street, Miss Mary Munro. Miliknowe Public School, John. 
Kirkwood, Mai. Campbell, and Miss Margt. "Weir teachers. United 
Female School of Industry, Glebe Street, Mis3 Isabella M'Callum. 

Session Clerk and Registrar of Births, &c. — John M'Isaac. 

Law Agents. — J. Murray & n.p.; Daiiel Macttggarfc & n.p; Thomis 
Macfadzen, and Charles Harvey & n.p. 

Surgeons. — John Cunningham, m.d. W. Gibson, m.d., and Dav. M'Neilage j 

Custom House. — Superintendent of Customs and Mercantile Marine, 
James Barnes. Assistant Examining Officer, Timothy Brickley. 

Excise, Stamps and Taxes. — Collector and Distributor, Donald M. Mathieson. 
Chief Clerk, S H Peter. Clerks, Arch. Fullarbon, and Danl. Curlett. 
Supervisors, T. S. Da we, S. D. W. Off en, James Proctor and W. 
Borthwick. 

Property and Income Tax.— Clerk, David Murray Max tone, Assessor, 
Philip Sulley, Greenock. 

Office of Supply for Argyll. — Collector, David Murray Maxtone. Assessor 
for Argyllshire under the Valuatun of Lands Act, D. M. Maxtone. 
Road Assessment Collector, David Murray Maxtone. 

Banks. — Bank of Scotland, John Murray, agenfc. Comm -rcial, Limited, 
Joint Agents, Daniel Mactagg^rt and Al x. Duncan. Clydesdale, 
Limited, David M'Dougall. Royal, James Hamilton. Provident 
Savings Bink — Treasurers, Arch. Fullaifcm and CoLn Hart. 

Insurance Agencies. — Britannia Fire, Archibald Montgomerie. Briton 
Medical, Archibald Montgomerie. Insurance Co. o: Scotland Fire, 
James M'Pherson, and Robert Watson. Lancashire, James Hamilton. 
Life Association, Daniel Mactaggarfc. Liverpool, London, and Globe, 
John Rakton, London and Lancashire, J. Bruce. North British 
and Mercantile, David M'Dougall. Northern, Daniel Mactaggarr, 
Scottish Amicable Life, D. M. Maxtone. Scottish Equitable, Ro- 
bert Hendry. Scottish Imperial, John C. Boyd, and Thomas Mac- 
fadzean. Scottish Provident, D. M'Dougall. Scottish Provincial, 
Jam^s Campbell. Scottish Union and National, D. M. Maxtone. 
Scottish Widows' Fund, John Murray, Standard Life, James Hamil- 
ton. Sun, John Murray. 

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District of Official Directory. Campbeitwn - 

Water Works. — Manager, William Findlay. 

Fishery Office.— Officer, Robert Hendry. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman, Charles C. Greenlees. Inspector, John 
Stewart. Collector, John Stewart. Chaplain, John Carson. Medical 
Officer, William Gibson, m.d, Governor of Poorhouse, Peter M'Neil. 

Matron, Mrs M'Neill. 

Athen.eum. — Secretaries, Archibald Fullarton and Hugh Mitchell. Treas- 
ure; r, J. Colville. 

Kintyre Agricultural Society. — Secretary, James Lothian. 

National Life-Boat Establishment. — (One Boat at Campbeltown and 
another in Southend.) Chairman, Charles C. Greenlees. Secretary, 
R-. J. Graham. 

Corporation Gas Works. — Secretary, Andrew Hamilton. Manager, Wm. 
R jbertson. 

Agent for Lloyd's, and for the Underwriters of Liverpool and Glas- 
gow.— John Muir. 

Steamboats. — To Glasgow daily in Summer, and three times a week in 
Winter. To Ayr, on Fridays, but not regular. 

Postal Arrangements. — (For Rates of Postage &c, see West Coast Almanac.) 
— Postmaster, John Muir. Despatches, 6 a.m. Deliveries, 6 p.m. The 
steamers carry an additional mail. 

Newspapers. — Argyllshire Herald, published on Saturday by A. M'Ewing. 
Courier, published on Saturday by R. Wilson, jr. 

Fairs. — First 'Thursday in February, second last Wednesday in May, second 
Wednesday and Thursday in. August, Friday before last Wednesday 
in October, and third Thursday in November. Market day— Friday. 

Fast Days.— Thursdays before third Sabbath in June, and first in December. 

For list of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see " West Coast Almanac." 



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TARBERT. 



Justices of the Peace resident in the District. — Colin G. Campbell of 
Stonefield. John Campbell of Kilberry. James Campbell 
of Ardpatrick. Hugh M'Lean, factor, Brecklarach. Hugh 
M'Lean, Glenveasdale. Thomas Furlong, of Arones. W. 
M'Kiunon of Balanakill. Archabald Turner, Kilchamaig. 

School Board.— Colin 'G. Campbell of Stonefield (Chairman) ; James E. 
M 'Laity ; Duncan M'Machlan, blacksmith ; Dr D. M'Millan ; and 
Wm. Hay, fishcurer, Tarbert. 

Parochial Board.— Alex. M'Dougal (Inspector). 

Postal Arrangements.— (For Rates of Postage &c, see West Coast Almanac.) 
Postmaster, James Brown. 

Bank. — Union Bank of Scotland — G. M'Laren. 

Clergymen. — Rev. John M'Lean, Parish Church. Rev. M. Campbell, Free 
Church. 

Doctor, Duncan M'Millan. 

Ground Officer, John Allan, East Pier. 

Insurance Agents. — George K. Aitheson, Alex. Mitchell, and John M'Leod, 

News-Agent, James Brown. 



LOCHGILPHEAD & 

ARDRISHAIG. 



Population in 1871, 3492 ; in 1881, Lochgilphead, Quoad Sacra Parish 3586 ; 
(Lochgilphead Burgh, 1679 ; Ardrishaig, 1209 ; Landward, 698.) 

For County Boards, cfc, see County List. 

BURGH OF LOCHGILPHEAD.— Corporation. —Provost, A. M'Ewan. 
Bailies, J. Menzies and J). M'Nieol. Councillors — Win. Todd, C' 
M'Kechnie, A. M'Callum, Thomas Coulter, and John M'Kellar. 

Burgh Officals. — Clerk, Dugald M'Laohlan. Treasurer and Collector, D. 
W. V. Lambe. Treasurer, J, Fraz r. 

Sheriff Court.— (Held once a Quarter.) Sheriff, Alexander Forbes Irvine, 
Adv. Sheriff-Sub., George Campion, Adv. Sheriff-Clerk, Scipio 
Mactaggart, w.s. Clerk-Depute, Augu3 MThail. 

Justices op the Peace, resident in the District. — (Court held Wednesday 
after first Sunday of every monih.) — Justices, Dr John Cameron, 
John Hunter, Archibald MacEwea, and Dugald M'Lachlan, Loch- 
gilphead. HughM'Lean, Tarbert. Sir J. Camobell Orde o Kilmory. 
W. J. B. Martin of Ormaig. John Malcolm of Polcalloch. J. W. Mal- 
colm, yr., of Poltalloch. Colin S. Campbell, of St nefield. 
John iS. Campbell of Shirvan. J. P. Clerk Scipio Mactaggart 
w.s. Depute-Clerk, Angus MThail. Procurator Fiscal, Colin 
M'Kay. 

Law Agents. — Dugald M'Lachlan n.p., Archibald MacE wan n.p., and Robert 
Kinloch w.s. 

South Argyll District Road Trust. — Chairman, Sir J. P. Campbell Ord< , 
Bart., of Kilmory. Clerk, Archibald MacEwan. Surveyor and Col- 
lector, Donald Gillies. 

Clergymen.— Church. Of Scotland, Alexander C. Robertson, Loch. 
gilphead, Malcolm M'Coll, Ardrishaig. Free, William Fraser, and 
J, M, Sheriffs, Lochgilphead, and John Stewart, Ardrishaig. Scot- 
tish Episcopal ChurChi Bishop, A. Crunnery-Haidane, D D. 
Incumbent of Christ Church, Fred, Ernest Ramsay, m.a. Baptist, 
John Knox. 

Banks.— Clydesdale, Limited, Dugald MacLachlaa and Robert Kinloch, 
agents. Union, Limited, Archibald MacEwan. 

Glassart and South Knapdale Cemetery.— Chairman, Sir John W, P. 
Campbell Orde, Bart. Secretary aod Treasurer, Dugald MacLachlan. 
Superintendent, Lachlan M'Fadyen. 



Lochgilphead and Official Directory. Ardrishaig. 

Lochgilphead School Board (for quoad sacra Pari3h.) Chairman, Rev, 
John Stewart. Clerk and Treasurer, A. MacEwan. Officer, Peter 
Wilson. 

Schools. — Public, Lochgilphead, Win. Robertson and Mi^s E. K. Brock, 
Public, Akdrishaig, Alex. Ramsay. Episcopal, Miss Isabella Mac- 
kenzie. 

Subseons.— John Cameron, m.d.; Daniel Carmichael, m.b.; John Hunter 
Duncan R. Stewart, m.b.; and James Hunt.r, m.b. 

Registrar oe Births, &c. — John Alexander. 

Excise. — Supervisor, John Cameron, Ardrishaig. Preventative Officer. 
James Caulfieid, Lochgilph ad. Officers, Thomas P. Chick, Glengilp, 
and W. D. Armstrong, Ardrishaig. 

Stamps and Taxes.— -Sub-Distributor, Archibald MacEwan. 
Fishery Office. — Officer, Tarbert and Ardrishaig, James Davidion. 
Deputy Receiver of Wrecks. — John Alexander. 
Customs.— Ardrishaig, John Lindsay, Officer. 

Insurance Agencies. — Caledonian, Donald Sinclair. Commercial Union, 
John Lawson. Lancashire, Dugald M'Lac.ilau. Life Asso. of Sco~- 
land, "Arch. MacEwan. Scottish Temperance Life and 
Accident, Robert PaterSOn, Printer, &c, 3 Argyle Street. 
North British and Mercantile, D. GilliiS. Royal, John Hunter, sur- 
geon. Scottish Imperial, William Jack. Scottish Provident Institu- 
tion, Robert Kinloch. Standard Lif', Dugald MacLachlan. Sun, 
Archibald MacEwan. W.of England, D. Maclaji Ian. Prudentiil, 

and London Corporation, P. Wilson, Argyle st. 

Argtll and Bute Lunatic Asylum. — Chairman, J. W. MaFolm,yr.,ofPolfcall- 
och. Medical Superintendent, John Cameron, m.d. Assistant Medical 
Superintendent, Duncan R »bert Stewart, m.b. OLrk and Treasurer, 
Archibald MacEwan. Steward, John Young. 

Combinatidn Poor House.— Chairman,) Sir John W. P. Campbell Orde, 
Bart, of Kiltnory. S.cretary and Treasurer, Dugald MacLachlan, 
Governor, Surgeon, Dr Carmichael. 

Crinan Canal. — Superintendent and Resident Engineer, John G. Davidson- 
Collector, William Mackenzie. Harbour Master, John M'Nair. 

Gas Company.— Secretary and Treasurer, D. W. V. Lambe. Manager. 
Rouert Dewar. 

Parochial Board.— Lochgilphead— Chairman, Sir J. Campbell Orde. Inspec- 
tor, Hugh M'Diarmind. Medical Officer, Dr Carmichael. 
Ardrishaig— Chairman, W. J. B. Martin of Ormaig. Inspector, John Gillies. 
Medical Officer, Dr Hunter. 

Foresters.— Court " Royal Crovm, " No 631 3, meets in Free Mission Hall, Loch- 
gilphead, every alternate Friday.— Chief Ranger, W. Smith Secretary, 
John M'luncs. Treasurer, D ; Sincliar, Surgeon, Dr D. Carmichael. 



Lochgilphead and Official Directory. Ardrishaig. 

Templars. — " Western Star" Lodge, No 654, Lochgilphead, meets in the Old Pa- 
rish School on Tuesday evenings. 

Publications. — " West Coast Journal," Higgie & Paterson, pi inters, &c. 
" West Coast Almanac," „ ., 

" West Coast Directory, „ „ 

" West Coast Diary," " „ 

Postal Arrangements— Lochgilphead.— (For Rates of Postage &c, see 
West Coast Almanac.) — Postmistress, Mary Miller. 
Despatches— To Ardrishaig, 9,2 a.m ; Greenock, and the South, 12 noon ; 
Kilmichael, Kilmartin, Kilmelford, Ford, &c. 1 p.m. ; Bellanoch, Crinan, 
and Kiels, &c, 1,20 p.m. ; Inveraray, Oban, Glasgow, and Edinburgh, 
5.55 p.m.; Minard, Lochgair, &c, 5.55 p.m. Parcel Post closes, 11.30 a.m. 
Deliveries— Prom Ardrishaig, Inverary, and Glasgow, 9.55 a.m, Greenock 

and the South, 2 p.m. Telegraph Office open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. 
Ardrishaig" — Postmistress, Ann H. Scott. Despatches and deliveries 
same, as Lochgilphead. 

Communications. — Steamers — Daily to Greenock and Glasgow, and passing 
Ardrishaig and Lochgilphead, through the Crinan Canal, to and from 
Oban, Fort-William, Inverness, Tobermory, Skye, &c, daily in Sum- 
mer, and twice a week in Winter. Coaches. — Kilmartin to Ardrishaig 
Daily to suit steamers; and in Summer, Daily by Lochawe to Oban, 
and daily to Cuilfail. 

Markets. — Horse — Spring Market, third Thursday of March. Martinmas 
Market, second Thursday after the fourth Thursday of November. 
Autumn Kilmartin Horse Market, fourth Thursday of November. Cattle 
— Whitsunday, Kilmichael, last Wednesday in May. Whitsunday, 
Lochgilphead, Wednesday, fourteen days after Kilmichael. Halloday 
Kilmichael, Tuesday before the last Wednesday of October. Halloday 
Lochgilphead, Wednesday,- fourteen days after Kilmichael. 

Past Days. — Thursday before fourth Sunday of June, and Thursday before 
first Sunday of November. 

For lists of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see "West Coast Almanac." 



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INVERARAY. 



Population in 1871, 931 ; Population in 1881, (Males, 441 ; Females, 499) 940. 

Inveraray along with Ayr, Irvine, Campbeltown, and Oban, returns o ie 
Member to Parl'amenfc. Ayr is the returning Burgh. Parliamentary 
Constituency, 107; Municipal do., 137. P.. F. F. Campbell, of Craigie, 
M.P. (Liberal.) 

For County Boards, cfc, see County List. 

Corporation. — Provost, John Mac Arthur, of Barbreck. Bailies — Alexander 
Gutherie aud Walter Malcolm. Dean of Guild, Robert Hally. Treasure;-, 
John Napier. Councillors — Angus M'Kay, James Wyllie, Arch. M'ln- 
tosh, John Rodger, David Stewart, Robert Buntain, Donald M'Vicar. 

Burgh Officials. — Procurator-Fiscal, John Campbell MacLullich, s.s.c. 
Town Glerk, Arch. Henderson. Burgh Chamberlain, John Thomson 
Clerk of Works and Sanitary Inspector, James Ferguson. Medical 
Officer, Hugh Sinclair, M.D. Burgh Officer and Harbour Mister, John 
M'Vicar. 

Justices of the Peace resident in the Burgh of Inveraray and neighbour- 
hood.— John Mac Arthur, of Barbreck ; James Wyllie, Chamberlain of 
Argyll; William Douglas, writer, Inveraray; Francis R. Macclonald, M.D., 
Inveraray ; Archibald Campbell, surgeon, Brenchoilly ; William E. Oliver, 
farmer, Benbuie ; and the Provost and two Bailies of Inveraray for the 
time being. 

Prccurator-Fiscal, John C. MacLullich, s.s.c. Do. for Islay, John 
Campbell MacLullich. Clerk, Scipio Mactaggarf, w.s. Depute Clerk, 
Archibald Henderson. 

Burgh Licensing Committee. — Alexander Guthrie, Walter Malcolm, James 
Wyllie, and John MacArthur. 

Clergymen.— Church Of Scotland, 1st charge. Neil M'Pherson ; 2nd 
do., Peter Neil M'Kichan. Free Church, Robert Rose. United 

Presbyterian Church, Gilbert Meikle. 

School Board. — Chairman, James Wyllie ; Rev. Neil MTherson, John C 
MacLull.ch, Robert Macfarlane, and Rev. Gilbert Meikle. Clerk and 
Treasurer, Archibald Henderson. Officer, John Thomson. 

Schools.— Church Square School — Teacher, Henry Dunn Smith, a.m. New- 
ton School — Teacher, Malcolm Macfarlane ; assistant, Miss Maggie Sim 

Law Agents. — William Dougla*, John C. MacLullich, s.s.c, Quintin M. 
Wright, and Neil Mackechnie, n.p. 

Banks. — National, Limited, John MacArthur. Union, Limited, Quintin M. 
Wright. 

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District of Official Directory- Invera ray. 

Insurance Agents. — Britannia Fire — John Buchanan. British Medical — 
John Buchanan. Caledonian — Q. M. Wright. Life Association — Q. 
M. Wright. North British and Mercantile — William Dougl is. North- 
ern Counties Fire — Mrs John Rose. Queen Fire — John Buchanan. 
Boyal — John C. MacLullich, s.s.c. Scottish Amicahle — John Rodger. 
Prudential, R. A. Stewart and Peter Campbell. 

Surgeons — Archibald Campbell, Brencho lie, Francis Robertson Macdoatld* 

M.D., and Hugh Sinclair, m.d. 

i 
Stamps and Taxes — Sub-Distributor of Stamps and Sub-Collector of Taxaa 

Q. M. Wright. 

Registrar op Births, &c. — Henry Dunn Smith, a.m. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman, James Wyllie. Inspector and Collector, 
John Rodger. 

Gas Company. — Chairman, James WyllK Treasurer and Clerk, Archd. 
Henderson. Manager, Lachlan Ferguson. 

Masonic— St John's Lodge, No, 50.— R.W.M., Q. M. Wright. D.M., David 
Stewart. S.M., Alexander M'Kay. S.W., Donald Henderson. J W. 
Alex. MDonald. Secretary, Peter Campbell. Treasurer, Joi n 
M'Callum. ChaplaiD, Rev. Neil M'Pherson, M.A. Bard, Will am 
Rhynd. S.D., James Maitland. J.D., Audrew Paterson. S.S., Duncan 
M'Kay. J.S.. Angus M'Vicar. I.G., John M'Vicar. P.M., J«.h 1 
Campbell. Proxy, James Guthrie, Edinburgh. Tyler, Nicol Maciutyre. 

L.O.A. Shepherds. — Dunquaich Lodge, 1844- — M^ets in the Victoria Hall 
fortnightly, on Friday evening, at 8 p.m. W.M., Edward M'Millaa, 
Secretary, Duncan Mackintosh. Treasurer, Jsnn Gil nour. 

Inveraray Pastoral and Agricultural Society. — Secy., Gideon Scott. 

Communications. — Steamboats. — Between Glasgow and Inveraray — by the 
Kyle* of Bute and Loc lfyne — daily in Summer and Winter. By Loch- 
goild ily. Minard Castle, thrice a week. Lord of the Isles daily, during 
summer. Coaches — From Tarbet, Lochlomond, t> Oban, by Inveraray 
and Dalmally, dailv during Summer. From Locbgoil tead, via St 
Catherine's daily. To and from Lochawe daily during Summer, , 

Postal Arrangements. — (For Rates of Postage, &c, see West Coast Almannc.) 
— Postmistress, Mis John Rose. Despatches— 6. 10 and 10.30 a.m. ; and 
10.15 p.m. Deliveries — 8 a.m., and 4 p.m. 

Fast Days. — Thursdays before last Sabbath in April, and second last Sabbath 
in October. 

Markets. — Gaffle — Friday after last Wednesday in May, and Thursday after 
last Wednesday in October. Wool— Third Wednesday in June, and third 
Friday in July. 

For list of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see " West Coast Almanac." 

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OBAX. 



Rental in Extended Boundane=s, £29,526. Population in Parliamentary 
Boundaries >n 1871, 2413 ; 1881, 3986— in the extended Municipal 
Boundaries, 4330. 

Oban along with. Ayr, Irvine, Oaumbsltown, and Inveraray, returns one Mem- 
ber to Parliament. Ayr is the returning Burgh. 

Municipal Constituency, 720. Parliamentary Constituency, 529. R, F. F, 
Campbell, of Craigie. M.P., (Liberal.) 

Corporation, — Provost, William Menzies. Senior Bailie, G- o. Drummond. 
Junior Bailie, John M'Isaac. Councillors — Du^ald M'Caig, Duncan 
Cameroi, Jun., Francis W. Co op jr, John Manro, Huga M/Uowan, 
and Alex. M' Arthur, 

Burgh Officals. — Procurator-Fiscal, Treasurer and Collector, Domld Camp- 
bell. Town Clerk, Martin B. Lawreuee. Sanitary Inspector, William 
Campbell. Bursrh < )fficers — Robert Macfarlane, and Duncan Carmichael. 
Ass 8sor, John T. M'Laren. Medical Offic r, Dr X. M. CampbelL 

Justice of Peace Court Meets at Oban. 

Justices in the District. — Lieut-Col. Charles Allan Macdougall, r.a., of Mac- 
doagall; Thomas William Murray Allan, of Glenfeochan ; Alexander 
Brown, banker, Oban ; James Nicol. banker, Oban; Peter Cumstie 
merchant, Oban; Provost Menzies, Bailie M'Coll, Bailie Livingston; and 
Alexander James Henry Campbell, of Dunstaffnage. 

J. P. Depute Clerk, Martin B. Lawrence. Fiscal, Robert Lawrence. " 

Sheriff Court— (Court held in Apr 1, July, Sept mber, and December). 
Sherid Substitute, Hugh Ross, w.s., Tobermory. Sheriff-Clerk Depute. 
M. B . Lawrence. Sh -riff-Officers, Duncan Carmichael, and Robart Mac- 
farlane. County Police Inspector, Peter Campbell. Messenger at Aran, 
Robert Macfarlane. 

For County Boards, cfc, see County List. 

Clergtmest,— Church Of Scotland, Quoad Sacra, John Smith, a.m. St 
Collimba, Quxxd Sacra, W. C. Taylor, a.m. Free, vacant. 

U nited Presbyterian, Win. T. Walker, a.m, Congfre^ 

gational, James MLean, b.a. Roman CatJiolie, The Right 

Rev, Angus M'Donald, d.d., Bishop of Argyll and the Isles. Scottish 

Episcopal, Arthur Ingilby, B A. 

Session Clerks. — Oban Par.sti, Donald MXachlan. St. Columba Paiish 

Nicol. 



School Board. — Dr N. M. Campbell, Chairman ; Rev, John Smith, a.m.; 
John Livingstone ; Donald MacGreg r, and John Craig. Clerk 
and Treasurer, Robert Lawrence. Officer, Lachlan M'Laren. 



District of Official Directory. Oban. 



Schools. — Oban Academy — John D. Robertson, a.m., Head Master. Lady 
Superintendent, Miss La. Taylor. Oban High (Public) — Hugh 
Skinner, Head Master. Junior Department — Miss Mary M'Dougall. 
Infant Department — Miss A. L. Fraser. 

School Board op Kilmore and Kilbride. — lieut.-Col. C. A. M'Dougall 
Chairman; Allan M'Culloch, ; Rev. P. M'Kercher, a.m.; Wm, Hosack. 
and Rev. John Smith, a.m. Clerk and Treasurer, John Stuart M'Caig, 
Officer, Peter M'Intyre. 

Law Agents. — Robert Lawrence, James Nicol & n.p., Alexander MacArthur 
& N.P. ; Donald Macgregor & n.p., Peter Maclean & N.P., John Fleming 
M'Laren & & n.p., Archiba'd Mitchell and n.p., , Hugh M'Callum, and 
Martin Bryden Liwrence, b.l. 

Surgeons. — Neil M'K Campbell, m.d., and Robert B. M'Kelvie, m.d., and 
Edwin Ba ly, m. b., cm. 

Valuator under the Valuation of Lands and Heritages Act for the Burgh> 
John F. M'Laren. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman, Lieut. Col. M'Dougall, of M'Dougall, r.a. 
Inspector of Poor, John Stuart M'Caig. Assistant Inspector, Alex. 
Chiiholm. Collector, Donald Campbell. Medical Officer, R. B. 
M'Kelvie, m.d. Sanitary Inspector, John M'Kenzie. 

Parochial Committee of Burial Ground.— Convener, A. J. H. Campbell 
of Dunstaffnage. George Diummond, and John Caddo w. Clerk and 
Treasurer, John Stuart M'Caig. 

Lorn District Road Trust. — Convener, Lieut. Col. M'Dougall, of M'Dougall 
Clerk — Root Lawience. Collector, William Hossack Road Surveyor, 
Kenneth Macrae 

Awe District Fishery Board — Chairman, the Earl of Breadalbane. 
Clerk, Alex M'Anhur 

Lorn Combination Poorhouse. — Chairman, A. J. H. Campbell, of Dunstaffnage. 
Clerk and Treasurer, John Stuait M'Caig. Medical Officer, R. B. 
M'Kelvie, m.d. Governor George Sinclair. Matron, Mrs Sinclair. 

Post and Telegraph Office. — Postmaster, Donald M'Lean. Arrivals, 7-a.m. 
and 1-40, 7-0 p.m. Departures, 4-30 a.m. and 12-20 and 3-40 p.m., in 
addition to local Mails. 

Joint Licensing Committee for Bttrgh. — Lieut.-Col C. A. M'Dougall, J p. 
John C. Stewart, jp; William Hoseack, jp; Prcvost Menz.es, Bailie 
Drummond, Bai L M'Isaac. 

Customs. — Principal Coast Officer and Land Waiter, Robert Fry 

Excise. — Supervisor, Ernest William Benwell. 

Stamps. — Sub-Distributor, Robert Lawrence. 
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District of Official Directory. Oban. 

Taxes. — Surveyor, Philip Sulley, Greenock; Clerk to Commissioners, Hubert 
Lawrence ; Collector, E. W. Benwell, 

Banks.— Bank of Scotland, Alex. Brown, agent ; D. Campbell Bown, Sub- 
Agent Commercia!, Limited, Alex. MacArthur. National, Limited, 
Richard Watson. North of Scotland, D. & J. S. M'Caig. Clydesdale 
Limited, James Nicol. 

Insurance Agencies. — Accident Insurance Co., A. Black. Caledonian, 
Robert Lawrence. Comm rcial Union, J. H. Wilsin, and J. R. 
Youngson. Insurance Co. of Scotland, Alexander Biown. Law Lif--, 
John Hunt u\ L fe Association, Donild Campbell. Liverpool, London, 
and Globe, H. M ""Galium, and Peter MacLean. Liverpool Plate Glass, 
Samuel Lawreme. London Guarantee and Ace dent, Kobnt Lawrence. 
Manch ster Fire, Lachlan Maclean. North British and Mercantile, 
James Nieol. Queen, George Buchanan. Reliance Life, Alex. Black" 
Royal E;re and Life, John Stuart M'Caig. Scottish Amicable, Wm. 
Cumsde & Sons, and Arch. Mitchell. Scotti >h Equitable, A. MacArthur. 
Scottish Imperial Fire and Lif i, Thomas Corson. Scottish Plate Glasa, 

J. M'Dongail. Scottish Provident, Alex. Brown. Scottish Provincial 
Fiie, Douald Campbell, and D. M'Gregor. Scottish Union and National, 
Gregorson, San an I M'Laren, and Archibald Mitchell. Scottish Wid- 
ows' Fund, Duncan C. Brown. Standard Life, Robert Lawrence. 
Relimce Life, Robert Macfarlane. 
Registrar of Births, &c. — Hugh M'Callum 

Gas Company. — Secretary, John Stuart M'Caig. Collector, Don. Campbell. 

Callander and Oban Railway. — Registered Office, 58 Bath Street Glasgow, 
Traffic Manager's Offic », Lochside Place, Oban. Chairman, J. C. Bol- 
ton, m.p. Secietary, John Anderson. Local Law Agent, R. Lawrence. 
Traffic Manager. John Anderson. 

Argyllshire Gathering. — Preses, The Marquess of Lorn, k.t. Convener. 
Lieut.-Col. J. W. Malcolm, yr., of Poltalloch. Secretary and Treasurer, 
J. Eraser Sim. Balls and Games held annually in September. 

Royal Highland Yacht Club. — Commodore, Sir Andrew B. Walker. 
Vice-Commodore, J. Wingfield Malcolm, yr., of Poltalloch. Rear- 
Oonimodore, Captain Duncan Campbell of Inverneil and Ross. Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, J. Eraser Sim. 

Oban Boat Club. —President, Earl of Breadalbane. Secretary, Archibald 
Mitchell. Treasurer, John Brown, 

Oban Harbour Authority. — Clerk, Robert Lawrence. Harbour Master, 

Charle3 M'Culloeh 
Lorn Agricultural Society. — Preses, Lieut.-Col. M'Dougall of M'Dougall, 

r.a. Vice-Pieses, A. A. L. Campbell, of Lochnell, and A. J. H. Campbell, 

of Dunstaffnage. Secretary, Donald Macgregor. 

Lorn Horticultural Society.— Pres., T. W. Murray Allan, of Glenfeochan 
Vice-Pres., John Anderson. Secy., Archd. Mitchell. Treas., D. 
Campbell Brown. 

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District of Official Directory. Ohan., 

Scottish Farmers' Alliance. — L >cal Branch — Secy., Donald M'Gregor. 

Oban Scientific and Literary Association. — Joint Preses, Be v. W. C.,T iylor 
and F. W. Cowper. Vice-Prese?., D. Sutherland. Secretary, Allan 
Struthers. Treasurer, CharL-s M'Coll. Libraiian, Jonathau Taylor. 

Agent for Lloyd's and the Underwriters of Liverpool, Alexander Brown. 

Hoose Agents. — Robert Macfarlane and James Nicol. 

Communications. — Railway — To and from C Tendar, G^sgov, Fd'nburgh, 
etc. Steamers — Regularly to and from Glasgow. Inverness, Mull, 
Morven Tobermory, Skye, and. Stornoway ; during Summer a 
steamer plies daily from Oban to the Islands of Staffa, lona, &c. 
Two mail steamers ply in connection with mid-day trains to Oban, and 
for Tobermory and intermediate ports, and the other for Fort- William 
and intermediate ports ; and during summer swift steamers ply daily 
to and from Glasgow via Crinan Canal Invern. S3, Staffa, ani 
lona, &c, Local Agent, Alexander * Brown. David MacBrayne, 
119 Hope Street, Glasgow, owner. S.S. "Dunara Castle," to and from 
Glasgow, Colousay, Tobermory.Bunessan, Barra, Uist, Harris, Skye,&c, 
calling at Oban on the outward voyage every Friday, and on the inward 
voyage every alternate Tuesday ; Martin Orme, 20 Robertson St--( e% 
Glasgow, agent for owners. Local A.ent, Dmad Rankin. — S.S. 
w Hebridean," to and from Gla g w, Sound of Mull, Tp oermoryjColl,, 
Tyree, Barra, Uist. &c, pal ing at Oban on the outward voyage 
every Friday, and on the inward voyage every Tuesday. John 
M'Callum & Cq.,12 Ann Street (City), Glasgow, owners. Local Agents, 
D. M'Phail & Son. 

Newspapers. — Ohan Times, Weekly, Saturday. Publisher — Duncan 
Cameron. Oban Telegraph, Wtekly, Friday. Publisher — Ale^. Black. 

Markets. — Cattle — Monday before last Wednesday in May, and Friday before 
last Wednesday in October. Sheep and Wool — Wednesday after Inver- 
ness July Market. Hiring — Second Tuesday in April and first Friday 
in November. Horse— First Tuesday in March, first Tuesday iD Sep- 
tember, and Tuesday before fourth Thursday in November. 

Fast Days.— Thursdays previous to first Sabbaths in May and November. 

Fpr list of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see " West Coast Almanap.'' 



53 



isle of islay. 



Population in 1871, 8156 ; in 1881, 7574; Parliamentary Constituency, 292. 

For County Boards, cfc, see County List. 

Justices of t&e Pkace resident in the District. —Jas. S. R. Ballingal, Ealabus; 
John Ramsay of Kildalton, M.P. ; Colin Hay, Ardbeg; Jas. Stein, banker, 
Port-Ellen ; John Cullen, banker, Bridgend ; Angus M'Indeor, surgeon^ 
Sunderland^ Bridgend \ Kirkman Finlay, of Dunlossit. 

Depute Clerk of the Peace, Archibald Henderson. Procurator-Fiscal, John C* 
MacLullich, s.s.c, Inveraray. 

Sheriff Court.— Held Once a Quarter at Bowmore, and following day at 
Bridgend. Sheriff Clerk Depute, Archibald Henderson, Sheriff Officer, 
Robert McMillan-. 

Justice of Peace Small Debt Court.— Held first Wednesday of every Month, 

Clergymen.— Church 6f Scotland, John M'Gilchrist, Killarow. 

Barnet, Kilchoman; (vacant) , Kildalton. John A, Campbell, 

Portnahaven. Alexander Duff, Kilmeny. Duncan M'Dougall, Oa. Free, 
Peter M'lver, Bowmore. Donald M ' M aster, Kildal ton. James M'Millan, 
Kilchoman. Peter Stewart, Kilmeny. John George M'Neil, Portna- 
haven. 

School Boards.— Kildalton— Colin Hay, Chairman ; Be v. Don. M'Master 
Lachlan M'Cuaig, William Morrison, and Farquhar Macrae. KillarOW 
—James S. R. Ballingal, Chairman ; Peter Carmichael, Alex. M'Connechy, 
J. A. Nicholls, Rev-. J. M'Gilchrist, Rev. Alexander Duff, and Rev. Peter 
M'lver. Kilchoman — J. S. R. Ballingal, Chairman ; Dr A. M'Indeor, 
Rev. James M'Coll, Rev. James M'Millan, Rev. John G. M'Neil, James 
M'Taggart, and John H. Macdonald. 

Surgeons. — Angus M'Indeor, Bridgend ; Angus M'Aul ay, Port-Ellen ; James 
Ross, Bowmore ; Donald M'Lauchlan ; and John Murray. 

Post Office. — Postmasters (all sub. to Port-Ellen), John M'Indeor Bridgend; 
Donald M'Fadyen, Bowmore ; Archibald Clark, Port-Charlotte ; Malcolm 
Bell, Port-Askaig ; Mrs M'Dougall, Ballygrant ; Jas. Brown, Gruinart ; 
James MAulay, Portnahaven; and Alex. Campbell, Port-Ellen. Arrivals 
and Departures daily, except Sundays. 

Sub-Collector of Property, Income, Land, and Assessed Taxes, and Distributor 

of Stamps, John Cullen, National Bank. 
Assessor of Income Tax. — Alexander Young, Dunoon. 

Banks.— National Limited, John Cullen, Bridgend. Royal, R.J. Graham,Port 
Ellen. Savings Bank, Post Office, Bridgend, John M'Indeor. Savings 
Bank, Post Office, Port-Ellen, Alex. Campbell. Savings Bank, Post. 
Office, Bowmore, Donald M'Fadyen. Savings Bank, Post Office, Port- 
askaig, Malcolm Bell. 

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island of Official Directory. May. 

Parochial Boards. — Killarow— Chairman, James S. R. Ballingal. In- 
spector and Collector, Peter Chisholm. Surgeon, James Ross. Kil- 
cllOmqn — Chairman, James S. R. Ballingal. Inspector and Collector, 
Peter Chisholm. Surgeon, Angus Maclndeor. Kildalton— Chairman, 
Colin Hay. Inspector and Collector, Peter Chisholm. Surgeon, A. 
M'Aulay. 

Islay Combination Poor-House. — Chairman, James Mitchell Mutter. Gover- 
no:-, A. MIntyre. Medical Officer, James Ross. Matron, Mrs MTntyre. 

Registrars of Births, &c— Parish of Portnahaven, James M'Aulay, Parish 
of Bowmore, Peter Chisholm. Parish of Kilmeny, John Inch. Parish of 
Kilchoman, Neil MTndeor. Parish of Kildalton andOa, Peter M'Dougall. 

Insurance Agencies.— Imperial Fire, John Cullen. North British and 
Mercantile, James Stein, Port-Ellen; and David Brock, Bridgend. Ocean, 
Railway, and General Travellers' Assurance Co., John Cullen. Royal, 
Charles MacAffer. Prudential— O. Campbell, Port-Ellen ; 
D- McLiver, Bowmore. Areiiibald C mpbell 

Customs. — Principal Coast Officer, Duncan M'Phail, Bowmore. 

Excise. — Supervisors, Thos. Hurgess, Port-Ellen; George Forguson, Bowmore 

Schools and Teachers. — Bowmore, D. M'Bean. Gruinart, Donald M'Gilp T 
Port- Ellen, Win. Armour. Ardheg, Hugh Bisset. Oa, Malcolm M'Niven. 
Gleneigidale, Miss Janet M'Kenzie. Mulindry, Miss M'Gilvray. Gorten, 
Mis-s M'Leod. Port-Charlotte, Wm. Campbell. Bridgend, Thos. Mackie, 
Keils, Miss Brown. Portnahaven, Roderick M'Diarmid. Kilchoman, 
Donald M'Gilp. Kinture, John Marnie. 

Kildalton and Oa Branch Highland Temperance League. — President, 
Rev. Don. M'Master. Vice-Presidents, Messrs Don. M'Kenzie and Neil 
M'Fadzen. Treasurer, John Torrie. Secretary, Colin Campbell. 

Port-Ellen Abstinence Society, Scottish Temperance League. — President 
Donald M'Kenzie. Treasurer, N. Gilchrist. Secretary, Colin Campbell' 

Port-Ellen Cricket and Athletic Club. — Captain, Thos. Winsby. Vice- 
Capt. Allan M'Dougall. Treasurer, Dug. Kerr. Secretary, Colin Campbell. 

Markets and Fairs. — Cattle and Sheep Market, last Wednesday of every 
month, Port-Ellen the day before, during Summer and Autumn. Last 
Cattle Market in October, second last Wednesday at Bridgend only. 
Fair and Horse Market at Bowmore, 12th August and 12th November ii 
a Friday ; if not, the first Friday after. Horse Market at Bowmore on the 
12th February, if a Tuesday; if not, the first Tuesday after. 

Conveyances. — Steamers to Glasgow daily, via Tarbert, except Sunday, and 
twice a week via Mull of Kintyre. Convejance waits for the Steamer, at 
Port-Ellen each trip, for conveying passengers to Bringend. 

For list of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see " West Coast Almanac." 

54 



TOBERMORY. 



Population in 1871, 1259; in 1881, 1284. Parliamentary Constituency of 
Parish, 118. 

For County Boards, <$c, see County List. 

Corporation. — Chief Magistrate, Alex Allan of Aro3. Bailies, Ang. Cameron, 
and John Fletcher. Police Commissioners, Alex. Allan Angus Cameron 
John Fletcher, Arch. Brown, Charle3 Parker, and George Robertson. 

Burgh Officials. — Clerk. John M'Lachlan. Cjllector, John Masson. Sani- 
tary Inspector, Lauchlaa M'Kinnon. 

Sheriff Court. — (Sits on Wednesdays for ordinary and smll debt and debt3 
recovery cases). Sheriff, Alex. Forbes Irvine, adv. Shariff-Substitute. 
Hugh Ross w.s. Sheriff-Clerk. Scipio Mactaggart, w.s. Sheriff-Clerk, 
Depute and Auditor, Dun. Mackenzie. Procurator-Fiscal, Wm. Sproat. 

Justices of the Peacs, resident in the District. — Alexander Allan, of Aros. 
Dugald Cam obeli, Tobermory ; Walter Graham, Knock ; Chief Magis- 
trate of Tobermory, (brewer excepted), and the Sheriff Subs icu'e. 

Depute-Clerk of the Peace, Dun. Mackenzie. Procurator Fiscil, Wm. Sproat; 
Inspector of Police, Allan Cameron. Inspector of Nuisanc es, Neil Morri- 
son. 

Clergymen. — Church Of Scotland, J( hn Cameron ; (stipend of _the Par- 
ish £120. Frae, Charles Ross. Baptist, Alex. Black. Roman 
Catholic, 

Registrar of Births, &c. — Hector M'Coll. Assistant, James M'Coll. 

School Board. — Alexander Allan, of Aros, Charman ; [John M'Ca'lum > 
Wm. Lang, of Glengorn ; George Black Sproat ; John Masson ; John 
M'Lean, of Gometra ; and Rev. Charles Ross. Clerk aud Treasurer, 
Angus Cameron. Officers, Alexander M'Lean, and Lachlan Kennedy^ 

Teachers. — John S. Levack, Miss Ame ia Richardson, D. M. Carmichael, D. 
MacLucash, aud Miss Joanna Muicheson. Queen Adelaide School of 
Industry — Teacher, Mies Campbell. 

Banks. — North of Scotland, Sproat and Cameron, Agmts. Clydesdale, Limi- 
ted, Dugald Campbell and John M'Lachlan, Agents. 

Law Agents. — Argus Cameron, John MacCdlum & n.f., John M'Lachlan, 
& n.f., Wm. Sproat, Georgi B. Sproat & N.P. 

Surgeons. — Hector M'Coll, and James Maxwell, m.b., cm. 

Post Office. — Postmast r, James M'Coll. Mails arrive by Steamer from 
Oban at 4 p.m., and are despatched at 8 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. 
Mai s per Steamers going and returning from Glasgow via Greenock 
on Mondays and Thursdays from April till January ; and on Thursdays 
from January till April. 



District of Official Directory. Tobermory, 

STAMrs and Taxes.— Sub-Distributor, John MacCallum, 

Excise. — Inland Kevenue, Charles Macintosh. Sub-Collector, John Mac- 
Callurn. Officer, John M'Kenzie. 

Insurance Agencies. — Caledonian, John MacCallum, and Wm. Sproat. City 
of Glasgow, John M'Lachlan. City of London, G Org'e B. Sproat 
Lancashire, Duncan M'Coll. Life Association, D. Campbell. Mutual 
Fire, W. Sproat. National, Dun. M'Coll. North British and Mercantile, 
Dugald Campbell. Northern, Dun. M'Coll. Royal, John M'Lachlan, 
and H. M'Coll, surgeon. Scottish Accident, John M'Callum. Scottish 
Equitable, H. M'Coll, surgeon. Scottish Farmers' Live Stock, John 
MacCallum. Scottish Metropolitan, Archibald M'Donald, and John 
M'Callum. Scottish Provid nt, Wm. Sproat. Scottish Provincial, 
John Masson. Scottish Union, and National, John MacCallum. Stand- 
ard Life, John MacCallum. 

Road Trustees. — Convener, A. G. Guthrih, of Duart. Clerk and Treasurer 
William Sproat. Koad Surveyor, Y\ illiam M'Bain. 

Parochial Board. — Chairman, James N. M. Forsyth, of Quinish. Inspector, 
and Collector, Neil Morison. Medieal Officer, James Maxwell. 

Tobermory Union Poor-House. — Chairman, Wm. Lang, of Some. Vice- 
Chairman, David Thorburn, Calgarry. Secretary \vm. Sproat. Chap- 
lain, Alexander Black. Surgeon, James Maxwell, m.b., cm. Governor* 
John M'Kinnon. Matron, Mrs M'Kinnon. 

Mull Fishery Board. — Chairman, Lt.-Col. C. G. Gardyne. Lord Compton, F. 
W. Clark, A. G. Guthr e, of Duart; A.J. MacLean, Carsaig ; James 
Wyllie. Clerk and Trtastirer, Angus Cameron, writer. 

Shipwrecked Mariners' Royal Benevolent Society. — Patron, Hugh Boss, 
w.s., Sheriff-Substitute. Honorary Treasurer and Agent, John Mac- 
Callum. 

Agricultural Association. — Northern District of Argyllshire. President, 
The Duke of Argyll. Vke-President, VVm. Lang, o Some. Chairman, 
Lieut-Col. C. G. Gardyne of Gltnforsa. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer. 

Heading Room and Library. — President, Alex. Allan of Aros. Secretary and 
Treasurer, George Robertson. 

Agent for Lloyd's and Glasgow Underwriters. — John Masson. 

Agent for Liverpool Association of Underwriters. — John M'Callum. 

Coast Waiter. — D. White. 

Pilots. — Captain Beaton, John Cameron, and John MacDonald. 

Steamboats. — From Oban daily, i er mail steamer, at 1 p.m. From Glasgow 
Monday and Thur&day at 12 noon, from April till January ; and every 
Thursday from January till Ap.il. From Ob; n to Staffa, dx times a 
week during Summer. Pier and Harbour Mastr, and Steamboat 
Agent for David MacBrayne, John Masson. Agent for S.S. "Hebri- 
dean," John Fletcher. Agent for S.S. "Aros Castle," and S.S. "Dunara 
Castle," James MacColl. 

Fast Days. — Thursdays before last Sundays in June and December. 

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COUNTY OF DUMBARTON. 



Population in 1871, 58,857 ; in 1881, 75,333. Increase in ten years, 16,476 
Valuation of the County 1884-5.— £513,359 6/4 

Msmberof Parliament, Archibald Orr Evving (Conservative). (Parliamentary 
Constituency of the county, 3268). 

Lieutenancy. — Lord Lieutenant, Humphrey Ewing Crum-Ewing of Strathleven 
Clerk of General Meetings, Alex. Dickjum, 176 W. George St., Glasgow, 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff, William Ellis Gloag, adv. Sheriff-Substitute, Fran; 
cis Gebbie, adv. Sheriff Clerk, Robert Craig. Proc. -Fiscal, William Babtie. 
Depute Procurator- Fiscal, Robert P Mitchell. Auditor, Robert Craig. 
Sheriff Clerk Depute, Alexander Campbell. 

Commissary Court. — Commissary, Win. Ellis Gloag, adv. Commis.- Dep, 
Francis Gebbie, adv. Commissary-Clerk, William Babtie. Commissary 
Clerk Depute, Joseph Jenkins, jun. 

Commissioners of Supply. — Convener, Patrick B Smollett. Clerk, William 
Babtie. Collector of County Rates, Wm. Craig* Assessor, W. Stacey Web- 
ber, Glasgow. 

Taxes. — Collector, James MacEadzean, Glasgow. Sub Collectors, Alex. 
Campbell. Dumbarton and James Spalding, Helensburgh. Surveyor, 
W. S. Webber, Glasgow. Clerk, William Babtie. Sub-Distributors of 
Stamps, George Langlands, Dumbarton; & James Spaldiug, Helensburgh, 

Excise.— Supervisor, George Boyd, Bowling. Officer, C. Blanch, Dumbarton* 

Chief Constable.— Joseph Jenkins, Dumbarton. 

For list of Tradesmen, Shopkeepers, etc., see "West Coast Almanac." j 



HELENSBURGH. 

Population in 1881, 7585; Row Parish (including Helensburgh) 9972. 

Parliamentary constituency of Parish, 722, Minicipal 1700. 

Valuation of the Burgh.— £59,674 Valuation of Landward, portion of Row 
Parish; £19,786 10/8. 

Corporation. — Provost, Wm. Bryson. Bailies Donald M'Cftllum, and John 

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Burgh of Official Directory. Helensburgh. 

Cramb. Commissioners, John Dingwall, George Ha'-vie, William Tait, 
Alex. Breingan, John Mitchell, M. C. Graham, J. M.Easton, William 
Greenlees. 

Burgh Officials. — Town Clerk, George Maclachan. Treasurer and Collector 
Edward Butt. Police Surgeon, T J F Messers, m d. Sanitary Inspector, 
Police Superintendent, Procurator- Fiscal, and Inspector under Food Adul- 
teration Act, David Murray. Public Analyst, Dr Clark, Glasgow. Man- 
ager of Water Works and Surveyor, Thomas Murray. Inspector of Clean 
sing, David Murray. 

Harbour Trustees. — The Police Commissioners. Harbour Master, William 
Cockburn. Lessee, J. Macgregor. Clerk, George Maclachlan. Treasurer, 
Edward Butt. 

Justices of the Peace resident in Helensburgh. — James Alexandei', John 
Anderson, Alex. Anderson, A Breingan, John Brown, Wm. Adam Corbet, 
John Black Cowan, md, Alex. Dick, James Finlay md. Rich. Kidston, 
Wm. Kidston, John M'Gregor, Thomas M'AJicking, Robert M'NicoJRobert 
Duncan Orr, Andrew Oswald, Thomas Steven, James Stirling, Robert 
Walker, J C White, Provost Stuart, and Lord Provost Ure. 

Parochial Board — Chairman, John Cramb. Inspector of Poor, Alex. Kin- 
nib urgh. 

Row Water Supply. — Chairman of Committee, John Gilmour. Clerk, George 
Maclachlan. 

Row School Board. — Chairman, Alexander Breingan. William Kidston. 
Rev. J. M. Webster, a. m. Rev. L J C MTntyre. John MTntyre. John 
Gilmour. Alexander Barron. Clerk and Treasurer, George Maclachlan. 
Officer, Wm. Taylor. 

Teachers. — Row Public, Wm Fraser. Hermitage, David Buchanan. Gare 
lochhead Public. John Connor. Grant Street Public, George Mair. Glen- 
fruin Public, Alex. D. Pithie. Shandon, Miss Findlay. 

Clergy. — Church Of Scotland— Row, J M Webster, a m ; Helensburgh, 
John Lindsay, and John Baird, b d. Episcopal, John Stuart Syrae. 
Free Church, West, W Leitch, b a ; Park, W. H . Carslaw, a m. United 
Presbyterian, A. Hislop, a m. Congregational, James Troup, a m. 
Baptist, VV. G. Wilson. Roman Catholic, L. J. C. Maclntyre. 

Lawyers. — George Maclachlan & Son & n p. James Spalding, & np. 
Medical Practitioners. — James Finlay, md. James M'Ewan, mb cm. William 

Mackie. TJFMesser, md W R Sewell, m b, c m. Geo. Wm. Noad, md. 

Douglas Reid, m d. 

Registrar op Births &c. — Alex. Kinniburgh. 

Postal Arrangements. — (For Rates of Postage &c, see West Coast Almanac.) 
Postmaster, Wm. Bryson. Deliveries, 6.45^ 9.10 a m, 3 2o and 7. 20 p m; 
Despatches, 8.35, 10.20 am, and 12.25, 3.25, 5, 6.35, 9.30 pm. Sundays, 



Burgh o) Official Directory. Helenshirgh. 

Sub-Distributor op Stamps and Su3 Collector op Taxes, James Spalding 

Bankers. — Bank of Scotland, Alexander Breingan. Clydesdale Bank, Limited 
Robert D. Orr. Union Bank, Limited, James Milne. 

Insurance Agents. — Alliance, M'Neur & Bryden. Caledonian, James Spald- 
ing. Crown Life, A. Breingan. Edinburgh Life, A J Bain. English and 
Scottish Law Life, George Maclachlan. Imperial, R. Watt. Life Assoc- 
of Scotland, Wm. Taylor. London and General Plate Glass, James Spalding. 
London and Lancashire, A. Pro van. Northern, W. Bryson. Phoenix 
Fire, Robert D. Orr. Royal, Alexander Breingan. Scot. Imperial, Macneur 
and Bryden. Scot. Plate Glass, Macneur and Bryden. Scottish Provident, 
James Spalding. Scottish Union and National, Geo. Maclachlan and 
Robert D. Orr. Scottish Widows' Fund, Macneur and Bryden, and Lennox 
and Chapman. United Kingdom Temperance, Andrew Provan. 

Gas Light Company. — Directors — P. Walker, jr., (Chairman), Wm. Swanson 
David Waddell, L. M'Lachlan, Alex. Andeson, John Black, Alex. 
Breingan, Wm. Smith, John Ure. Clerk, George Maclachlan, Treas., 
R. D. Orr. Surveyor, Robt. Smith. Manager of Works, W. Smith. 

C emetery C ompany. — Chairman and Secretary, Alex. Breingan. Superintend - 
ent, John Combe. 

Agricultural Society. — Pres., Sir James Golquhoun, Bart. Sec, Archd. 
Campbell. Treas., Robt. D. Orr. 

Auxiliary to National Bible Society op Scotland. — Pres., Sir James Col- 
quhoun, Bart., of Luss. Sec, James Spalding. Treasurer, William 
Bonthrone. 

Town Mission.— Secy., Wm. Kidston. Treas. Alex. Breingan. Missionary, 
Alex. Ralston. 

Reading Room. — Macneur and Bryden. 

Circulating Libraries — Macneur and Bryden, (Established in I860), and 
British Working MatrPublic House Co. 

Fast Days — Thursdays proceeding first Sundays in May and November. 

Conveyances— North British Railway to Glasgow, Edinburgh, &c. ; Stearaboa's 
to Dunoon, Kilcreggan, Clynder, Blairmore, Rosneath, Garelochhead, 
Greenock, Arrochar, Rothesay and Arran. Omnibus to Row and Shandon, 
in connection with trains, once daily each way. In Summer to TarOetand 
Lochlomond. Carrier — Thos. Osborne (for parcels), to aud from Glasgow 
daily. 

Newspapers — The Helensburgh and Gareloch Times and Property Circular (Wed- 
nesday) Macneur & Bryden, publishers, Helensburgh. The Helensburgh 
News; Thursday ; R. G. Blair, publisher, Greenock. 



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COUNTY OF INVERNESS. 



Lieutenancy.— Ldrd-Lieutentant— Lord Lovat. Clerk— W Taylor Rule; soli- 
citor, Inverness. 

Member of Parliament — Donald Cameron of Locheil (Conservative). 

Convener of the County — Hugh Davidson of Contray. 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff — Wm. Ivory, advocate. Sheriff-Substitutes— Patrick 
Blair, adv. Sheriff-Clerk — Henry C Macandrew, solicitor. fcheriff-Clerk 
Depute — William Macdonald. Procurator-! iscal— Jas. Anderson, solic- 
itor. Depute Procurator-Fi cal- —Duncan Shaw, w s. Auditor of Court 
— W R Grant, so'icitor. For Lochuber— Sheri r fs- Substitute, &c. — James 
Simpson. Sheriff-Clerk Depute — D Fraser, Fort-Wi liam. Procurator- 
Fiscal— D M'Niven, solicitor. F<»r Island of Skye— Sheriff-Substitute— P 
A Spiers, ba, advocate. Sheriff-Clerk Depute — ■ Uugald Maclauchlan. 
Procurator-! iscal — Joshua M'Lennan, solicitor. For ISorth and South 
List, Harris; and Barra — Sheriff-Substitute — James Gray Webster, adv. 
Sheriff Clerk-Depute — Donald Dott, Lochmaddy; Procurator-Fiscal — A. 
A. Chisholm. 

Justices. — Procurators-Fiscai — Hugh Eose, Inverness ; Dun Macniven, Loch- 
aber. 

Other County Officials — County Auditor — James Rose, solicitor. Com- 
missary-Clerk — John Mackenzie, solicitor. Commissary-Clerk Depute — 
F W Grant. Clerk of Supply, Anderson & bhaw, solicitors. Clerk to 
Heritors. Rod. Scott, solicitor. Collector of Land Tax — J. Carter, 
Inland Eevenue Office. Clerk of the Peace — A ndiew Macdonald, solicitor. 
Clerk of the Feace forLochaber — D. Iraser. Assessor under County 
Voters Act — W H Bahle.ston. Assessor under Lands Valuation Acts — 
W H Palderston, Distributor of Sts mps— J. Carter. C erk to Income 
Tax Commissioners — W R Crant, s olic or. Clerk to District Lunacy 
Board — R Davidson. Collect * of County Assessments — W R Grant, 
solicitor. Secretary to Folice Committee — W R Grant, solictor Collector 
of Fxcise — J. Carter. Chief Constable and Inspector of Weights 
and Measures — Alexander M'Hardy, Inverness. 



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COUNTY OF ROSS. 



Lieutenancy.— Lord-Liautenxnt— Sir Kenneth Smith Mackenzie, of Gareloch 
Bart. Vice-Lieutenant — Thos Mackenzie of Ord. 

Convener of the County — Sir Kenneth Smith Mackenzie. 

Member of Parliament — Ronald C. Munro -Ferguson of Novar (Liberal). 

Sheriff Court.— Sheriff— Wm. M'Intosh, m.a., adv. Sheriff-Substitute of 
the Mainland of Koss and Crom irty, C. Hill Advocate. Assistant at 
Dingwall — Gea. Harvie Duncan, and David Ross, bankers ; at Tain. — Dun- 
can Cameron, banker. Lewis — Sheriff -Substitute, John Black, m.a,, adv. 
Assistants. — K.Macken ie, banker, and R. Millar m.d.. Stornoway. Sheriff- 
Clerk of Ross— Charles Innes. Depute Sheriffs-Clerk at Dingwall — James 
Maclennan ; at tain — W. J. Macdonald ; at Stornoway — J. Ross. Depute 
Sheriff-Clerks for isssuing Small- Debts Complaints for Sheriff's Circuit 
Courts, at Jeantown — R R Mackenzie, bank agent ; at Fortrose — John 
Smith, jun. ; at /nvergordon — Murdo Mackenzie ; at Lllapool — Hay Map- 
kenzie, bank agent. 

Commissary-Clerk of Ross and Cromarty — E H M Matheson, Tain ; Depute? 

at Dingwall— James Madennan ; a: Stornoway — John Ross. 
Procurator Fiscal for the Western District — Jphn Shaw ; for the Eastern 

District — G. T. Munro ; for the Lews District — Wi.liam Rqss. Depute, 

John Ross. 

Clebx of the Peace— G. T. Munro, Tain. Depute at Dingwall— Ale*- 
Dewar, solicitor; at Tain — John Mackenzi3 ; at Munlochy — A. P Smith j 
at Muir-of-Ord—3. M'Gildvary ; at Stornoway — John Ross ; at Lochalsk 
— David Logan ; at Jnvevgor don— James Gilchrist ; at Ullapool — A, 
Mackenzie; at Fortrose — Kenneth Mackenz e. 

Procurators-Fiscal for Justices. — At Dingwall — William Mackenzie; at 
Stornoway — William Ross. 

CXRRK of Supply— Andrew Smith, solicitor, Dingwall ; and W. J. Duncan, 
solicitor. 

T/?es, &c. — Surveyor for Ross, and Assessor of Property Tax. — Francis Foster 
Inverness ; Clerk to Commissoners of Property Tax — John Shaw, solicitor, 
Dingwall ; Collector of Cess and Distributor of Stamps— W. J. Mac- 
donald, Tain ; Sub-Distributor of Stamps for the Western District — G. H. 
Duncan, bank agent, National Bank, Dingwall ; Sub-Distributor of 
• Stamps at Invergordon — Andrew Munro. 

PpADS. — County Road Clerk — Andrew Smith and J. Duncan, solicitors, Ding- 
wall;CountyRoad Surveyor — John Mackay,Conon Biidge; County Assessor 
— Francis Foster, Inverness ; Collector of Road Assessments for Ross and 
Cromarty,and for County Assessments in Ross-shire — David Ross, bank 
agent, Caledonian Bank, Dingwall. 

Chief Constable and General Inspector of Weights and Measures — Donald. 
Munro, Dingwall. 

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COUNTY OF CROMARTY. 



Lieutenancy. — Lord-Lieutenant, Duke of Sutherland, k. g. Vice Lieut., R. B. 
M. Macleod of Cadboll. Clerk— John Taylor. 

Convener of the County — Duncan Munro Ross of Cromarty. 

Member of Parliament — Ronald Crawfurd Munro-Ferguson of Novar. 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff, Wm. Mackintosh, m.a., adv. Sheriff-Substitute, 
Crawford Hill, adv. Sheriff-Clerk, John Taylor. Procurator-Fiscal, Jas. 
Grigor. 

Taxes &c. - Clerk to the Commissioners of Property Tax, James Ross. 
Surveyor of Taxes, Francis Foster, Inverness. Distributor of Stamps and 
Collector of Cess, J. J. Carter, Inverness. Sub-Distributor of Stamps 
and Sub - Collector of Cess, J. Williams. 

Peace. — Clerk, George T. Munro. Depute-Clerk, James Ross. Commissary- 
Clerk, E. H. M'K. Matheson. 

Supply. — Clerk, and Collector of County Rates, Joseph Williams. 

Assessor under Lands Valuation Act, John Taylro. 



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COUNTY OF SUTHERLAND. 



Lieutenancy. — Lord-Lieutenant — Duke of Sutherland, K .G. Vice -Lieut en ant 
Evan C. Sutherland Walker, of Skibo. 

Convener of the County — Sir Arnold B. Kemball, k.c.b., Uppat House. 

Member op Parliament. — Marquis of Stafford. 

Sheriff Court— Sheriff— Wm. MTntosh, m.a., adv. Sheriff-Substitute— 
Thomas Mackenzie Assistant Sheriff-Substitute — Thos Barclay. Sheriff- 
Clerk— Donald Taylor. 

Clerk of the Peace — Donald Taylor. 

Procurator Fiscal and Commissary Clerk— W S Fraser. 

Collector of County Assessments and Clerk of Supply — W S Fraser 

Clerk to Income-Tax Commissioners — D. Taylor 

County Assessor— Francis Foster. 

Taxes. — Surveyor, Francis Foster : Sub-Distributor of Stamps — Mrs Mackay 
at Dornoch, and W. Eoss, at Golspie. 

Roads — County Clerk— D Taylor. 

Chief Constable and Inspector of Weights and Measures, Eoderick M'lean. 



COUNTY OF CAITHNESS. 



Lieutenancy.— rLord Lieutenant and Vice Admiral — Earl of Caithness. Vica- 
Lieutemnt— Sir John George Tolieinache ijinclair of Uibstar, Bart M P. 
Clerk— Kobt. M'Lauchlan, Sheriff Clerk. 

Convener op the County — Alex. Henderson of Stenjster. 

Member of Parliament— Sir John George Tollemache Sinclair of Ulbster 
Bart. 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff— George Hunter Thorns, adv. Sheriff -Substitute — 
E E. Ha per, adv. Sheriff-Clerk — Kobt M'Lauchlan. Sberitf-C.erk Depute 
— Jas. Campbell. Depute at Thurso — Alex. M'Kay. Dspute at Lybster 
— Robson Mackay. 

Clesk of'the Peace— John M'DonajLd Nimmo. Depute Clerk to the Pease 
At Thurso — James Brims. 

Clerk to 'the Commissioners of Supply — James Brims, Thurso. 

Clerk to the Police Committee — James Brims. 

Clerk to Road Trustees — Wm. Paterson Smith. 

General Surveyor of Roads — James Harrison. 

Clerk to District Lunaey Board — DayidCormack; Auditor of Accounts — Wm 
P. Smith 

Procurators-Fiscal— At Wick — M. M'Lennan ; at Thurso — James Brim*. 

County Rates —Collector and Treasurer — Alex. Henderson, Wick. 

Stamps and Taxes — Clerk to Income Tax Commissioners — John Sutherland, 
Wick ; Assessor of Income Tax— A Mackav, Thurso ; Distributor of 
Stamps— J. J. Carter, Inverness; Sub-Distributors — Miss Bruce, Wick, 
A J Macdonald, postmaster,JThurso. Collector of Cess — J. J. Carter. Sur- 
veyor of Taxes — Alex. Young. 

Chief Constable— Thomas Sinclar, Wick 



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COUNTY OF RENFREW. 



Lieutenancy. — Lord-Lieutenant— Sir Michael R. Shaw Steuart, Bart. Vice- 
Lieutenant — LLut.-C<.l. Sir Arch. C. Campbell of Blythswood, Bart. 

Convener 07 the C )unty — Lieut-Col. Fir Area. C. Campbell of Biythswood, 
Bar u . Clerk of Supply, James Caldwell. 

Member op Parliament — Alex. Crnm, Thornliebank (Liberal). 

Sheriff Court.— Sheriff of Renfrew and Bute — H. J. Moncrieff B.A., l l.b.' 
advcvte. Pj'tdey— She.iff-Substituta, Hugh. Cowan, adv. Sheriff-CIe k 
— Joseph M. Lochhea-d. Sheriff-Clerk's Deputes — Wm. Brown, James 
Gardner. Gree&wk — Sheriff Substitute. — Harry Smith, m.a., adv. Sheiff- 
Clerk Depute — John B rough. 

Procurators-Fiscal for the County — George Hart. Paisley ; Robert Blair, 
Greenock ; Deputies — Colin M'CulIoeh, and J. Dunlop, w , 

Commissary-Clerk Depute— J. Br .ugh, Greenoek. 

Taxes,. — Collector of Inland Revenue for County — Rochford Conner. Survey- 
or — Alexander ISisbet. Sub-Collector for Paisley — William Alexander. 
Collector of County Rates — James Caldwell. 

Justices of the Peace— Clerk, Deputies at Paisley — Thos. 

M'Robert ; Greenock — J. I. Macdougall ; Johnstone — Walter Holmes ; 
Barrhead — Arch. Brownlie ; PortGlusyoic — John Hood; i'oUokshaws— 
William Gillies. Procurators-Fiscal : at Paisley — T. Campbell ; Pollok- 
shaws — J. Campbell ; Lochwinnoch — Wm. Logan ; Greenock — William 
Auld ; Port-Glasyow — John Anderson and David Scobie. 

Assessors under the Valuation Act — Alexander Nisbet, Paisley ; John 
Brown, Glasgow, and John Muat, Greenock. 

Inspector of Weights and Measures, Inspector of County Police, and Clerk to 
District Lunacy Board — J. Jd. Dunn. 

Income Tax. — Clerk to Commissioners, F.Dunlop, Greenock, for Lower Ward ; 
And. Miller,Paislay, for Upper Ward. 

Surveyor and Assessor — Upper Ward— Alexander Ntebefc ; Lower Ward- 
John Muat. 

Chief Constable— Robert Hunter. 



COUNTY OF DUMFRIES. 



Lieutenancy.. — Lord-Liewtenaut, Duke of Buccleuch and Queercsberry, k.t: % 
Vice-Lieutenant, Sir John Heron Maxwell, Eart. ; Clerk, John Sjsnons-, 
solicitor Dumfries. 

Convener of the County. — Sir Alex. Jrrdine-, Bart, of Applegarth. 

Memeer of Parliament — Bobt. Jardine of Castlemilk. 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff, Norman Maepherson, m.a., LL.D., adv.; Sheriff-Sub^ 
David Boyle Hope, adv. Honorary Sheriffs-Sub., George Whitelaw and 
Wm, Jardine Maxwell, adv. Sheriff- Clerk, Henry Gordon. Sheriff- 
Clerk's Dep., Chas. M'Kie, and- David Penton. Auditor of Sheriff Court, 
Chas. M'Kie. 

Supply. — Clerk, Henry Gordo©. 

Koad Trustees. — Clerk, T B Anderson. 

Peace.— Clerk, J H M'Gowan. Depute desks, T H M'Gowan and T A Muk;' 

County Roads. — Golleetor, T B Anderson*. Assessor, John Clerk. 

Stamps.— Distributors, A Tait. 

Weights and Measures, Inspector, J. Jones. 

Lunacy. — Clerk District Board, David Penton. 

Prison. — Clerk to Visiting Committee, David Penton. 

Income Tax. — Clerk to Commissioners, Wm. Craig. 

Constabulary. — Chief Constable* John Jones. Superintendent, David Poolei 
Inspectors of Constabulary, John Stevenson, Lockerbie ; P. Clark, Thorn- 
hill ; W. ShorbuFn,. Annan; Caleb Dobie, Dumfries; and Alex M'lntost*, 
Langholm. 



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COUNTY OF WIGTOWN. 



Lieutenancy. — Lord-Lieutenant — Earl of Stair, k t. Vice-Lieutenant, Sir 
Andrew Agnew of Lochnaw, Bart. 

Member of Parliament — Sir Herbert Eustace Maxwell, Bart, of Monreith. 

Convener of the County — Bobert Vans Agnew of Sheuchan'and Barnbarroch, 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff, Norman Macpherson, ma, lld, adv. Sheriff-Sub., 
Alx. Nicholson ll D, adv. Hon.Sherirfs-Sub., John Doig, and Wm. Mackie, 
Wigtown; and Wm. M'Gibbcn, Stranraer. Sheriff- Clerk, R. H. Smith. 
Depute, William Hawthorn. Sheriff-Clerk Depute, at Stranraer, M. 
Jetiray. Official Shorthand Writer of Court at Wigtown — Gordon Fraser ; 
at Stranraer — John Moodie. 

Commissary- Clerk — R. H. Smith. Depute, Wm. Hawthorn. 

CtiBRK of the Peace — J. M. Adair, Stranraer. Deputes, Wm. Hawthorn 
Wigtown ; Robert Carson, Newton-Stewart; and R. C. Lawrie, Whithorn 

Procurators-Eiscal. — Eor the Upper District, J. Marquis Rankin, Stranraer 
For Lower District, Ebeoezer Stott Black, Wigtown, Procurators -Fiscal 
for Jubtices : Wigtown, E S Black ; Newton-Stewart, A B Matthews. 

Stamps and Taxes. — Distributor of Stamps, D Guthrie, Stranraer; Sub- 
Distributor for Wigtown — J W Husband; for Newton Stewart — Bobert 
Carson ; for Whithorn — W C Lawrie ; Collector of County Rates — J. 
M'Lean, Wigtown ; Surveyor of Stamps and Taxes, and Assessor of Income. 
Tax— F S Allan j Clerk— J M'Lean, Wigtown. 

Supply. — Clerk, and Clerk to Road Trustees— J M'Lean, Wigtown. 

Auditors of Court at Wigtown — William Hawthorn; at Stranraer— Murdoch 
Jeffray. 

Chief Constable. — Cornelius Murphy. 



COUNTY OF KIRKCUDBRIGHT, 



Lieutenancy. — Lord Lieutenant, Lord Heriies, 

Convener of the County, W. H. Maxwell of Mnncbes, 

Member op Parliament, John Heron Maxwell (Liberal). 

Sheriff Court. — Sheriff, Norman Macpherson, m. a. ll. d., adv. Sheriff-Sub., 
Alex. Nieolson, ll. d., adv. Assistant Sheriffs -Substitute, K. M, Gordon] 
and Alex. Dunbar. Sheriff Clerk, George Hamilton. Depute Sheriff-Clerk] 
Wm Nieolson. 

Commissary Clerk, Robt. M. Gordon, 

Procurator Ftscal, Wm Milroy, Procurator Fiscal of Justice of Peace CourtsJ 
Alex. Davidson. Clerk of the Peace, Wm Nieolson. 

Stamps and Taxes. — Distributor of Stamps and Collector of Cess, D. Guthrie, 
Sub Distributor and Collector S. Cavan. Collectors of Stewartry Rates] 
and Taxes, R. M. Gordon and A. J. Gordon. 

Income Tax. — Clerk to Commissioners, R. M. Gordon, Kirkcudbright 

Supply. — Clerks, R. M. Gordon and Alex. John Gordon. 

Auditor of Accounts, for the Stewarty and Sheriff Court, Wm Nieolson, 

Road Trustees. — Clerk and Treasurer, George Hamilton. 

Lunacy Board.— Clerk to District Board, David Fen ton. 

Valuation Act, Assessor, F. S, Allan. Collector, David M'Lellan, 

Inspector of Weights and Measures — Alex. Davidson, 

Chief Coustable.— Alex, Davidson, 



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PARISH OF 

ROTHESAY. 



Adam, Mrs Helen, Hill crest, crichton 

Rd 

Adam. Archibald, Craigmore 
Adams, Mrs Ach., 76 Montague St 
Adamson John, Koyal ter 
Adamson, Jn.,& Son, photographers, 
ChapelhillEd; Showrooms, 43 
Victoria St; Ho. 16 Bridge St 
Agnew, Margaret, 13 Stuartfctreet 
Agnew, Mrs, 2 Columshill pi 
Aitcheson, Jas t , 12 columshill st 
Aitcheson, Thomas, grocer, 12 Co- 
lumshill St ; shop 30 Mill St 
Aitcheson, Mrs Js.,21 Gallowgate St 
Aitkenhead, Miss, Ferguson pi 
Alexander, Miss, Geelong Buildings 
Alexander, Miss Gray, 18 Battery PI 
Alexander.Miss Janet, 26Ardbeg Rd 
Alexander, Mrs Robert, dressmaker, 

Bisiiop St 
Alexander, Thomas W., writer, 

Castle St ; ho. Bishop ter 
Algie, Mrs Eliz., 18 Argyle PI 
Allan, Alex., cow-feeder, Calfward 
Allan, Arch., ironmonger, Marine PI 
Allan, Elizabeth, 28 Ardbeg Rd 
Allan, MitB, 28 Ardbeg Rd 



Allan, Mrs, 107 High St 
Allan, Mrs John, 111 High St 
Allan Thomas, mason, 11 Bishop St 
Anderson, Alx., cabinot-maker, 

56 Montague St 
Anderson, Hu., flesher,serpentine Kd 
Anderson. Jas., builder, Barone Rd 
Anderson, James, janitor, Academy 
Anderson, John, boot-maker, 15 

Bridge-End St 
Anderson Isa, 25 Bridge-end st 
Anderson, Margaret, Marine PI 
Anderson, Mrs Janet, Belmont 
Anderson Scott,seaman, ISLadsside 
Anderson, Thomas, tailor, 20 Castle 

St 
Andrews, Mrs, Canada Hill 
Andrews, Mrs, High craigmore 
Angus, Mrs, 18 Columshill St 
Archaeological and Physical Society 

of Bute's Museum, Chapelhill 

— James Anderson, curator 
Armour, Miss Annie, Marine PI 
Amot, Margaret, 10 Gallowgate St 



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Baillie, Mrs, Ballochgoy Ter 
Baillie, John, baker. Columshill St 
Bain, John, clerk. 6 Hillhouse Rd 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Ballard, Mrs John, 13 Yictoria St 
Bannan, Mrs Mary, 3 \ Victoria St. 
Bannatyne, Mrs, 14 Store Lane 
Barbour, Isabella 74 High St 
Barr Jas, 4 Aroyle st 
Barr, John, joiner, 56 High St 
Barrie. Jn., plumber, Wyndham Ed 
Baxter, Daniel, coal agent, 1 King 

St; ho. 14 East Princes St 
Baxter, Hugh, grave-digger, Town- 
head 
Baxter, Jn., police-officer,! 6 Castle St 
Baxter, John, stoker, Stuart St 
Baxter, Wm., police-sergeant, 3 Co- 

lumshill PI 
Beaton, Ann, 84 High St 
Beattie, Ann, 113 High St 
Beattie, Dv., labourer, 19 Russell St 
Begg, Mrs, 3 Craigmore Rd 
Beith, Hugh, flesher, Glenhead 
Bell, Duncan, steamboat captain, 8 

Mountpleasant Rd 
Bell, Dun., shipmaster, 45J Ardbeg 
Bell, Mrs John, Staffa PI 
Bell, John, 18 Gallow^ate St 
Bell, Mrs John, 18 Watergate 
Binnie, J., 4 Albert pi 
Black, Catherine, 9 High St 
Black, Colin,|cooper, 22 Bishop St ; 

ho. 24 do 
Black, Dugald, M'A., grocer, 2 Cas- 
tle St ; ho. 15 do. 
Black, Duncan, cab-proprietor, 13 

Bishop St 
Black, Duncan, potato-dealer, 

Russell sr 

Black, Hugh, baker and provision 

merchant, 6 Argyle St ; house 

Park Cottage, 32 Columshill St 

Black, Hugh, sen., cattle-dealer, 

Staffa PI 
Black, John, grocer, 51 Montague 
St ; ho Adelaide House, Mount- 
Russell st 
Black, John, engineer, Argyle Ter 
Black, John Stewart, King St 
Black, Joseph, gentleman, Alma Tr 
Black, Miss, 14 Gallowgate 
Black, Miss, Agnes, 24 Argyle PI 
Black, Miss Mary, 11 Bridge-End 

St 
Black, Miss Cath. , 35 Bridge St 
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Black, N p il, labourer, 2 Croft Lane 
Black, Walter, potato-dealer, 14 

W. Princes St 
Black, Wltr., labourer, 31 Bridge 

St 
Black, Wm., carter and carriage- 
hirer, Watergate. 
Blaekie, Wm., Hotel- keeper, 7 I 

Watergate St 
Blair, Ad., gardener, 7I|Ardbeg Rd 
Blair, David, printer, Dean Hood PI 
Blair, Dn., joiner, Mountpleasant 

Rd 
Blair, Hugh cab-driver, 36 Bridge 

St 
Blair, Jame=, mason, 29 Bridge St 
Blair, Mrs Ptr., Crichton road 
Blue, Alex., joiner, 16 King St 
Blue, Duncan, boatman, 5 Castle St 
Blue, John, carter, 93 High St 
Blue, Neil, labourer, 10 Ladeside St 
Blue, Robert, mason, 7 Bishop St 
Blue, Wm., sailmaker, 3 Stuart st 
Bo ton, Sam., chimney sweep, 3 stu- 

arb st 
Bone, Jas., 7Q Montague st 
Bone, Mrs, Srrpen ine Rd 
Bone, Robert, mason, Russell St 
Bone Wm., 7 Montague st 
Borland, Mrs Wm., 10 Ardbeg Rd 
Boston, Mrs Margt., 50 Ardbeg Rd 
Bow, Mrs Jane, 18 Craigniore 
Bowles Richard, Havelock ter 
Bowman, Wm., joiner, 14 Mill St 
Bowie, Ang., labourer, 17 Bridge-end 

st 
Box, Jas. A., labourer, 31 Bridge 

st 
Boyes, Mrs Bellinda, 2 Castlehill St 
Boyle, Hugh, labourer, 111 High st 
Boyle, Charles, steward, 20 w. Prin- 
ces St 
Boyle, James, spirit-dealer, 23 
Watergate strand Quay lefresh- 
ment room ; 12 w. princes st 
Boyle, James, porter, 17 Montague St 
Boyd, Adam, a:ent, Mill st 
Bradey, Patrick, 107 High st 
Brodie, John, carpenter,! 1 Hillhouse 

Ed 
Brown, Alex., seaman, 1 Bishop Ter 
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Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Brown, Arch., & Son, drapers, 31 Mon- 
tague st, an I 2 Albert p1 ; ho 
11 Moumtpleasant 
Brown, Duncan C, gentleman, 15 

Mountpfeasant Rd 
Brown, Ge)., 28 Lad side st. 
Brown James, Royal ter 
Brown, James C, dyer, 13 Argyle st 
Brown, John, gardener, Canada Brae 
Brown John, Grocer, 30 Ardbeg rd 
Brown, John, joiner, union st 
Brown, Jn., labourer, 105 High St 
Brown, John, seaman, 10 Ardbeg Rd 
Brown, Margaret, 1 Bridge-End st 
Brown, Margaret, 22 Mill st 
Brown, Miss, Bishop Terrace Brae 
Brown, Miss, Marine p! 
Brown, Miss, Mountpleasant Ed 
Brown, Miss teacher, 15 Bridge st 
Brown, miss Cath., Bishop Ter 
Brown, Miss Eliz., 10 Ardbeg Rd 
Brown, Miss Mary, Argyle pi , 
Brown, Mrs, 7 Mill st 
Brown, Mrs, 25 Gallowgate st 
Brown, Mrs A© a, 15 Battery pi 
Brown, Mrs Ann, 13 Mountstuart Rd 
Brown, Mrs Cath., 13 Mountstuart nd 
Brown, Mrs Jas., Sunny Brae, crich- 

ton rd 
Brown, Mrs Et., confectioner, 6 Gal- 
lowgate st 
Brown, Mrs Susan, 97 Montague st 
Brown, Neil, coal agent, Watergate 

ho. 3 Battery place 
Brown Rev W E W, Argyle Ter 
Brown, Robert, grocer, 17 King st 
Brown, Robt-* ironmonger, 68 

Montague st ! 
Brown, Robt., tentei, 16 castlehill st 
Brown, Robert, shoemaker and town- 
crier, 97 Montague st 
Brown, Wm., draper, Montague st 
Brownlie, Wm , flesher, Albert place; 

ho 15 castle st 
Bruce, Cbas. F., 6 Elysium 
Bruce, Mrs A., 17 Tower st 
Bruce Mrs G. F., 38 Mounstuart rd 
Bryce, Mrs, 110 High st 
Buchan, Misses Isa.& Chris., Marinep 
Buohanan, Did., baker, 9 Gal- 
lowgate 
Buchanan, Mai., grocer, 59 Montague 
st; ho 8 Argyle st 



Buchanan, Malcolm, grocer and shoe- 
maker, 13 Millst ; ho. 9 Mill st 
Buchanan, Miss Janet, 1 M'Kinlay st 
Buchanan, Mrs Eliz., 2 Ardbeg Rd 
Buchanan, Mrs Isabella, 4 Bishop Ter 
Buchanan, Mrs Janet, spirit-dealer 70 

Montague st ; ho. 15 Argyle St 
Burgon, Jn., fisherman, west Princes 

st 
Burgon, Wm., fisherman, 4 Bishop st 

ho. 27 w. Prince3 st 
Burness, Robert, saddler, 29 High st 

ho. 23 Ba.tery p1 
Burnett, William, 29 Bridge st 
Burnie Arch. M., Birone rd 
Burnie, Miss, 21 rattery pi 
Burnie, Mrs Janet, 3 Bridge St 
Burnie, Mrs Thomas J., Barone Rd 
Burns, Andrew, spirit dealer, 9 raffli 

princes st 
Burns, Grace, mill-worker, 1 Mill st, 
Burns, Mary, 17 west Princes st 
Burns, R., 3 Erbhton Tr 
Burton, Helen, 27 Bridge-end st 
Burton, Wm., club-master, R.N.Y.C. 
Argyle st 



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Cad-enhead, Miss, 3 Elysium 
Cairnie, Hugh 72 High st 
Cameron. Captain John, Ada villa, 

crichton Rd 
Cameron, Duncan, seaman, 5 castls 

st 
Cameron Hugh, 105 Hig'i st 
Cameron, Js., baker, 11 mlhouse Rd 
Cameror, John, labourer 32 Mill st 
Cameron, John, stoker, 18 Water- 
gate 
Gamerou, Mary, 24 East princes st 
Cameron, ha.rdrdsser, 3 Bridge 

Cameron, Miss Christ., Ferguson pi 
Cameron, Mrs Robina, 2 Bishop Ter 

Brae 
Campbell, capt. Alex., steamboat 

owner, Auchanross, craigmore 

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Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay, 



Campbell, Alex,, gardener,, staffs pi 

Hillhouse Kd 
Tampbell, Alex., labourer, 32 Mill St 
Campbell, Alex., shoemaker, staffa pi 
Campbell, Arch., gentleman, chapel- 
hill Rd 
Campbell, Ach., grocer, Dean Hood pi 
Campbell, Barbara, 16 Tower st 
Campbell, Capt. 84 Montague st 
Campbell, Cath., 18 Bishop st 
Campbell, Colin, House of Rest, Ax- 

gyle Lodge 
Campbell, Colin, carter, 18 Bridge st 
( ampbell, Dd., shoemaker, Hillhouse 
Campbell, Duncan, gentleman, 16 

Mountstuart Rd 
Campbell, Dn., labourer, 22 Ladeside 

st 
Campbell, Dn,, labourer, 1 Mill at 
C ampbell, Hugh, gardener, Mill st 
Campbell, Mia Hugh, R., lately 

prison matron, Argyle pi 
Campbell, James, 46 High st 
Campbell, Jane, 55 Montague st 
Campbell, John, labourer, 14 Kingst 
Campbell, Jn., labourer, Meadowcap 
Campbell, John, labourer, 68 trighst 
Caaipbdll, Mis» s hosier, 53 victoria st 
Campbell, MissiMargt.,7 Montague si 
Campbell, Mrs, 27 Bridge st 
Campbell, mis, 14 store Lane 
Campbell, Mrs Eliz., 40 Argyle st 
Campbell, Mrs, 2 Hillhouse Rd 
Caaipbe.l, mis, 12 west princes sfc 
Campbell, Mrs, 13 Stuart st 
Campbell, uss Alex., 3 Mill st 
Campbell, Mr* Eliz., 25 Bridge End st 
Campbell, Mrs John, spirit-dealer, 18 

castlehill st 
Campbell, Pr., sheriff officer, Argyle 

pi 
Campbell, Et.,bottle-bIower, 44 Artf- 

beg Rd 
Campbell, stationer, new halls bids 
Campbell, Thomas, tobacconist, 45 

victoria St ; ho, 23 M'idnlay st 
Campbell,W.„ flesher,95 Montague 

st ; ho. 97 do. 
Canning, Dl., shoemaker, 11 Mill St 
Cardwell, James, cotton-spinner, 11 

High st 
Carlin, Manus, labourer, 36 Mill St 



Carmichael, James, grocer, Glenheaci 

pl ; ho BillhouseRd 
Carmichael, Mrs, 104 Montague st 
Carmichael, Mrs, 6 wiinb e;on 
Carnagham, J„ hosier, Gallowgate 
Carwaell, Dan., craigberoch 
Carswell, James, 50 Lad> side st 
Cars well, John, fisherman, 4 Mill st 
Cassidy, Js., labourer, 68 High St 
Cassidy, Pk., 

Chalmers, Js., fisherman, 26 Bishop sfc 
Chisholm,Dn., gardener,. 4 5 Ardbeg Rd 
Chisholm, Roderick,, gardener, 6 co~ 

Immshill pl 
Christ e, Missts, Alma Ter 
Christie, Mrs, 4 columshill Bt 
Christison John joiner, 83 Mon- 
tague st ; ho. 13 cclumshiil st 
Clark, Alex,, 9 High st 
Clark, Andrew, clerk, 65 victoria st 
Clark Andrew, policeman, H.llhous-3 

rd 
Clark, Jn., aerated water manufac- 
turer, 28 Bishop st ; ho. 38 do. 
Clark, Frank, cabman, 50 High st 
Clark, Mrs Thomas, union st 
Clunas, Mrs Mary, 22 Argyle st 
Cochrane, Jn., jun., plasterer, 1 Mill 

st 
Cochrane Wm. 10 castle at 
Colman, Catherine, 51 High st 
Colville, Ths., grocer, 25 Mill st; ho, 

23 do, 
Comrie, Mrs Ann, Albasy Ter 
Connel, Mrs, 67 High St 
Conne), Teter, shoemaker and boat- 
man, 15 Argyle st 
Connorj Hugh, labourer, 22 Mill st 
Connor, Margaret, 22 Mill st 
Corrigan, Dl., labourer, 19 Russell St 
Cormack Miss, teacher Battery pl 
Cosyrove, Jn., labourer, High st 
Cot<. s Miss, 68 lattery pl 
Cowper, Peter, tailor, Gowanfield pi 
CrichtoD„ Ceo., 10 Hillhouse Rd 
Crabb, Rev. Samuel, 6 Ardbeg Rd 
Crearer, Miss Agnes, 10 Mill st 
Creith, Mrs Geo., Ill High sfc 
Crawford, Alex., M'B., Ardbeg 
Crawford, Alex., coal merchant, 
John st ; ho 54 Ladeside st 



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Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Crawford,- Catherine, 22 Mill st 
Crawford, Dun., flesher, High st 
Crawford, Js , brick-layer, Ferguson 

Pl 
Crawford, Malcolm, gardener and 

boatman, 17 Gallowgate st 
Crawford, Mai., joiner, Henry a ilia 

crichton Rd 
Crawford, Neil, flesher, 14 Mount- 

pleasant 
Crawford, Robt., steward, 19 High 

st 
Ciichton Alex., spirit merhcant, 

4 Bridge- End S.. 
Cromb, George, gardener, 121 Highs 
Cromwell, Jos., 37 Bridge st 
Crossbie, Mrs Mary, 14 Argyle St 
Cruikshanks, John,pluinbei, 35 High 

st ; 33 do. 
Cumming, Jas., porter, 9 Bridge St 
Gumming, Jas., jun., i orter, 9 

Bridge st 
Cumming, John, joiner, 7 stuart st 
Cunningham Alex., Lilly oak ter 
Cunningham, A ex., plumber, 13 

c-ilumshill st 

Cunningham, DL, plumber. 102 

Montague st ; ho. 10 Bridge st 
Cunningham, Js., grocer, 81 Monta- 
gue st 
Cunningham, Jas., 7 Argyle st 
Cunningham, Js., stoker, watergt 
Cunningham, John, aerated water 

manufacturer, New Hall Bldgns 
Cunningham Misses, dressmakers, 

7 Argyle st 
Cunningham, Mrs, 2 w. princes st 
Cunningham Mrs, grocer, 80 High 

st 
Cunningham, Mrs Agnes, 4 Mount- 

pleasant Kd 
Cunningham, Mrs Mary, 22 Battery pl 
Cunningham, Rt., carter, Meadowcap 
Cunningham, Ts., 119 High st 
Cunningham, Wm., labourer, 12 

Tower st 
Curley, Mrs, 17 Russell st 
Curran, Jas., mason, 71 High st 
Currie, Arch., fisherman, 31 Bridge st 
Currie, Colin, labourer, 17 Russell st 
Currie, Mrs Did., 109 Montague st 
Currie, Dn., cab proprietor^ 1 Ardbeg 



Currie. Dn., joiner, Glenrosa Place, 

Ardbeg 
Currie, Jn., seaman, IS Watergate st 
Currie, John, farmer, Ardbeg 
Currie, John, jttn., farmer, wtstland 
Currie, Margaret, 89 High st 
Currie, Mrs, 31 Bridge st 
Cunie, Mrs Hu., 56 High st 
Cuthbert, Mrs, 10 Ardbeg Rd 

Cuthbertson, Michael, florist, 

Ropework pl 
Cuthbertson Miss, dressmaker. 21 

F, princes st 
Cuthbertson, Wm., gardener, 21 E. 

princes st 
Curtis, Caroline, 19 Mill st 



D 



Daily, Jas., Blacksmith, 1 05 High st 
Dalgleish cayt, 14 M >nntstuart Rd 
Dalrymple, Charles,M.P.,Ardencraig 
Dairy mple, W. H., 23 Gallowgate 
Daly, W.T., spirit-merchant, 8 castle 

st ; ho 6 do, 
Dalzell, Miss Jane, 30 E. Princes st 
Davidson, Js., labourer, 89 High st 
Derby, Henry, carter, 15 King st 
Derby, James, painter, 19 castle st 
Derby, Mrs William, 40 Bishop st 
Dewar, Neil, labou'er, 147 High st 
Dewar Francis, carpenter 
Davidson, Miss Isa., 27 Bishop st 

Dickie, Mrs Ague , grocer, ill 

Montague st ; ho. 12 Bridge st 
Dobbie, James, gardener, High st 
Dobbie , Learn & scale maker, 

Barone Rd 
Dobbie & Co., set dsmen & florists, 

High s-t 
Dobbie, Wm., french polisher, 22 

columshill st 
Docherty, John, lab >urer, r 7S Highst 
Docherty, John, 32 Mill st 
Docherty, Jn., labourer, 1 John st 
Docherty, John, porter, 32 Mill st 
Docherty, Mrs, 107 High st 
Dodd, Mis Robina, 11 Battery pl 
Dodd--, Ai>drew, joiner, Bridge-End 

St; ho 33 victoria st 

73 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Donald, John, drill instructor, I 

Coy., 1st R. r. v., 24 Biidga st 

and 22 Argyle st 
DonaWson, Mrs, Micnab's br 
Donaldson, Ts., fisherman, 21 Bridie 
Dougan, Martin, labourer, crof Ln 
Dougan, Mrs, 28 Mill st 
Douglas, Mrs, 49 High st 
Douglas, Mrs Ann, 4 Hillhouse rd 
Dowall, Wm .,gentleman, 3 Minister's 

Br 
Downie, Rt., dyer, Adelaide pi 
Doyle, Jas., labourer, Tower Lane 
Drysdde, Mrs Ag., Windsor pi 
Drysdale, Mrs Ts., grocer, 94 Monta- 
gue st ; fao. 90 do 
Dunba>', Catherine, 10 Mill st 
Dunbar, Robina, Anlmorag 
Duncan, Janet, 3 Hillhouse Rd' 
Duncan, John, baker, chapelhill Kd 
Duncan, John, gentlemen, woodend 
Duncan, John, coal merchant; 

Watergate st 
Dunean, Jn., joiner, Dean Hood pi 

ho. 23 Argyle t r 
Duncan, Jn., eating-honse-keeper, 9 

Montague sfc 
Duncan, Jn., watchmaker, 7 west 

Princes st 
Duncan, John, quarrier, 51 High st 
Duncan, Margaret, 1 Bishop TerBrae 
Duncan Miss, 23 High st 
Duncan Miss, 11 columshill pi 
Duncan, Miss C, milliner, 77 Mon, 

tague st 
Duncan, Miss Chris, 3'"! E. princes st 
Duncan, Miss Janet, 37 Montague st 
Duncan, Mrs, 42 Bishop st 
Duncan, Mrs, crichton Rd 
Duncan, Mrs Agnes, 28 Mill st 
Duncan, Mrs Jane, 10 store Lane 
Duncan, Mrs Janet, Mountstuart rd 
Duncau, Mrs John, h\ East Princes 

st 
Duncan, Mrs Margaret, 2 Bridge st 
Duncan, Ninian, potato-dealer and 

seed -merchant, 19 columshill st 
Duncan, Peter, shoemaker, 13 Gal- 

lowgate st 
Duncan, I't., shoemaker, 18 Argyle st 
Duncan, Eobt., farmer, Kilwhinleck 
Duncan, Robert Craig, Lilly oak Ter 

74 



Duncan, R. M., confectioner, 8 Ar- 
gyle si 
Duncan, Wm., boatman, 84 High st 
Duncan, Wm., druggist, 13 East prin- 
ces st ; ho- 1 Battery pi 
Duncan, Wm., tailor, 16 store Lane 
Dunlop, James, 12 King st 
Dunlop, Jn., gardener, Ascog 
Dunlop, Mrs John, 11 Watergate st 
Dunlop , Mason, 20 Mill St 

Duncan, A., coldstre&m vila 
Duncan, Alex., cartwri^ht, Roslin pi 
Duncan, Alex., 76 Montague st 
Duncan, Alex., tailor and clothier,50 
Montague st ; ho. Hawthorn prk 
Duncan, Arch., farmer, Airdscalpsie 
Duncan, Ah. joiner, 28 East princes st 
Duncan Archd., 8 Watergate 
Duncan,Arch., potato merchant, 
Duncan, Catherine, 82 High st 
Duncan, Cs., farmer, Little Kilmory 
Duncan, Chas,, merchant, 27 

victoria st ; ho. woodend 
Duncan, Daniel,merchant, 27 victor- 
ia st ; ho. Bogany ho 
Duncan, Daniel, porter, 2 Mill st 
Duncan, Elizabeth, 82 Hit;h St 
Duncan, Grace, 21 Mill st 
Duncan, Isabella, 18 Bishop st 
Duncan, James, farmer, Lillyoak Ter 
Duncan, Mrs James, 7 Bishop st 
Duthie, James, 4 Hillhouse Rd 
Dymock, Thomas, 54 Ladeside sfc 



E 



Edgar, John, leather merchant, tan- 
works, west castlej st; e ho York 
Ter 

Eider/ Rev. Dr Robert, we^t Free ch 

Elder, Robert insurance agent, 29 
staffs, pi. 

Ellis, Edward, labourer, 44 Ladeside 
st 

Ellis, Wm., H., salmon fisher, 9 Ar- 
gyle Ter 

Ellison, Rt.. wine merchant, Marine 
Pl 

Ewing, Mrs James G., Craigmore 

Ewing, Miss Jane, Burn bank Ter, 
Ardbeg 

Ewing, Mrs E., 8 Mountpleasant Rd 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothtsay. 



F 



Farquhar, Alex,, gentleman, Eden 

cottage 
Farrely, Mrs, 7 Marine placa 
Faulde, Jn., jua., carter, 4 King st 
Faulds, John, sen., carter, 3 stuart st 
Faulds, Win., carter, 107fHigh st 
Faulds, Robert, mason, 5 Mill st 

Ferguson, Bryca, stationer, 49 

Montague st; ho, 65 victoria st 
Ferguson, Bryce. 31 East princes st 
Ferguson Dl., gardener, 19victoria st 
Ferguson, Dan,, 22 Bridge st 
Ferguson, James, 21 Mill st 
Ferguson, Johrj, 15 Bridge st 
Ferguson, Jn., missionary, union sfc 
Ferguson, John, joiner, 13 & 15 

Bridge st 
Ferguson, John, spirit dealer, stuart 

st 
Ferguson, Lachlan, joiner, 13 & 15 

Bridge st 
Ferguson, Neil, High st 
Ferguson, Miss Sri., 29 E., princes st 
Ferguson, Mrs Mary, 7 w, princes st 
Ferguson, P. B., auctioneer and 

house agent, 9 victoria st ; ho. 

9 Elysium 

Ferguson & Son, joiners, &c, 15 

Bridge st 
Ferrier, Mrs Isa., 42 Ladeside st 
Ferrier, Mrs J. C, 8 wimbleton 
Ferrier, Mrs A., toy dealer, 15 vic- 
toria st ; ho 22 Argyle st 
Finlayson, Mrs Farqhar, Ard-mory 
Finnie, Jas., grocer, 70 Ardbeg 
Fisher, Malcolm, labourer, 2 Mill st 
Fisher M;s Jessie, mkerman st 
Fisher, Mrs Mary, 41 victoria st 
Fisher, Robt., tailor, chapelhill road 
Flannigan, Mrs Mary, 28 Bridge st 
Fleming, Gavin, gardener, Barone Kd 
Forfar, grocer, 117 High st 
Forrester, Thos., Abercorn cottage, 

westland Bd 
Fowler, And., gentleman, 46 Ardbeg 
Fraser, Jn., watchmaker, 4 Bridge st 
Eraser, Mrs Ann, Argyle pi 



Fraser, Mrs Jane, 8 Montague st 
Fyfe, Js., ship carpenter, Marine pi 
Freel, Patr., labourer, 2 Mill st 
Frew, Elizabeth, 4 King st 
Frew, Js., manufacturer, 8 Montague 

.i st ' 
Frew, 'Mrs, 42 Ardbeg Ed 
Follarton, Mrs, 28 Bishop st 
Fulton, Mrs, 24 Aidbeg Bd 
Fulton, Mrs Eiiz., 6 Brighton Tr 
Fyfe. John, boat-builder, wyndham 

rd 
Fyfe, Thomas, ship-carpenter and 

boat-hirer, 14 Argyle pi 

ho 6 Hillhouse Rd 
Fyfe, George, captain, ivanhoe villa, 
serpentine road 



Galbraith, Alex., spirit dealer, 25 

Higo. st ; ho. 10 Cistle st 
Gilbraith, Alex., 7 Hillhouse Bd 
Galbraith, Arch., boatman,Bishop st 
Galbraith, James, 75 Ardbeg Rd 
Galbraith, Sam., metal merchant. 1 

craigmore Rd 
Gallocher, Chs., labourer, 81'mgh st 
Galloway James, spirit merchant, 

Guildford sq 
Galloway, Wm., gentleman, Windsor 

Pi 
Gardiner, Jas., baker, 7 Bishop st| 
Garrand, ?Mrs Andrew S., Hillhead, 

serpentine Rd 
Gemmell, Jas., labourer, 56 High st 
Gemmell, Misse?, crichton Rd 
Gibson, John, flesher, 35 victoria st 
Gibson, Miss Christina, Ardmory 
Gibson, Miss Janet, Ardmory 
Gibson, Mrs Margt., 36 La leside st 
Gilchrist, Allan, mason, 110 High &t 
Gilchrist, Mis Alex., stationer, &c, 

52a Montague st 

Gilchrist, Allan, sculptor, High 

st & Townhead; ho. 110 High st 
Gilchrist, Dav., teacher, 111 High st 
Gilchiist, John, 54 High st 
Gilchrist, Mrs, 8 Gallowgate 
Gilchrist, Mrs, 2 Bridge st 
Gilchrist, Miss My., 22 E. princes st 
7& 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Gilchrist, Moore, shipmaster, 21 Ar- 

gyle st 
Gilchrist, Mrs Margt., wyndham Ed 
Gilchrist, Thomas, spirit-merchant, 
8 and 10 High st ; ho 8 Monta- 
gue st 
Gillan, Mrs, 5 castle st 
Gillespie, Mrs Margaret, 11 Mill st 
Gillies, John, plumber, Mill st 
Gillies, Alexander, 27 Bridge st 
Gillies, Christina, ]1 Brirge st 
Gillies, Daniel, farmer, Qnogach 
Gillies, John, dyer, 1 2 Bridge-End st 
Gillies, Miss My., 8 Royal Ter 
Gillies, Mrs Eliz., 25 and 37 Ardbeg 
Gillies, Pr., labourer, 32 MiiJ st 
Giimour, Dav. labourer 29 Bridge st 
Girdwood, Thos., farmer 5 Elysuim 
Glass, Miss Isa., Albany Tar 
Glen, mis Alex., 21 castle st 
Glen, J a?., fisherman, store Lane 
Glen, John, seaman, lishop st 
Glen, Miss, 71 victoria st 
Glen, Mrs Christina, 21 craigmore 

Rd 
Glen, Pr., gentleman, 15 craigmore 
Glen, Pr., jun., fisherman, 4 croft Ln 
Glen, Pr., sen., fisherman, 4 croft Ln 
Glen, Eobert, 40 Bishop st 
Godwin, John c, gentleman, 43 

High st 
Goldie Wm., grocer, union st 
Goodwin, Mrs Mai ion, 1 R'>yal Ter 
Goold, Miss Christina, 33 Ardbeg Rd 
Goold, Miss Jane, 33 Ardbeg Rd 
Goold, Miss Jessie, 33 Ardbeg Rd 
Gordon, Janet, 14 King st 
Gorlon, John, dairyman, 105 Mon- 
tague st 
Goudie John, Eallochgoy 
Gordon, Wm., mason, 7 w. princes 

st 
Gough, Mrs, Catherine, 65 victoria 

st 
Gough, G W., Architect 16 castle st 
Graham, Ann, 75 victoria st 
Graham, Archibald, bathman, 30 E. 

Princes st 
Graham, Duncan, shipmaster, 12 

Battery pi 
Graham, Margaret, 75 victoria st 
Graham, Miss Cath., 29 E. Princes st 
76 



Graham, Mrs, 5 Minister's Bra.3 
Graham, Mrs Peter, grocer & coal- 
dealer, shop 5 Mill st ; yard 8 
King st ; ho 3 Mill st 
Graham, Peter, 43 Ardbeg 
Graham, Thos., tailor, 14 Gallowgate 
Granger, Isabella, Marine pi 
Granger, Jessie, Marine pi 
Grant, Donald, Law clerk, Mt.-plesnt. 
Grant, Wn]., sheriff -officer, and 
auctioneer, &c, 3 Tower St ; ho 
16 Mountpleasant Rd 
Gray, Geo., blacksmith, 22 Argyle st 
Gr y, Mrs, New Halls Buildings 
Gray, Mrs, Isabella, Hillhouse Rd 
Gray, Miss Isabella, 76 Mont igue st 
Gray, Miss Euphemia, 18 Bridge st 
Gray Miss Isa, 71 Victoria st 
Gray, Mrs, 32 Mill st 
Gray, Mrs, 7 lishop s^ 
Gray, T.. wellpark cottage 
Gray & Son, boot manufacturers, 

montague st 
Grayson, Mrs Ann, 121 High st 
Green, Mrs Wm., 4 castle st 
Griffith, John, stationer, 5 w. prin- 
ces st 
Gunn, mis Donald, 9 Ardbeg Rd. 
Guthrie, John, 6 columsbill pi 
Guthrie, P., grocer, Ardbeg 
Gutzmer, Mrs, 2 Brighton Tr 



H 



Hagcerty, Jos., barber, 21 High st; 

ho 28 Montague st 
Haig, Andrew, labourer, Mill st 
Haig, Thomas, seed-merchant, 12 

Watergate st 
Halbert, Jn., mason, 1 Hillhouse Rd 
H albert, Joseph, Roslin place 
Hall, Andrew, M.A , M D., Battery P'l 
Hall, Mrs, 5 union st 
Halliday, G eo, wood merchant, union 

st; house do 
Hamilton, James, 79 High st 
Hamilton, Jas., architect, Marine pll 
Hamilton, James cotton-spinner 4 

croft Lane 
Hamilton Mrs, Wyndham rd 
Hannah, Miss Ann, 45 Ardbeg Rd 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay, 



Han nay arise, toy dealer, 113 Mon- 
tague St 

Hannay, Mrs, 6 Argyle p1 

Hanson, Geo., clergyman Ascog 

Harkness, Mis3 Ann, Elysiam 

Harkness. Miss, 5^ E. Princes st 

Harrison, Mrs, Argyle Ter 

Hart, Miss, 16 High st 

Hart, Thorns s, Argyle Ter 

Hartley. Win., engineer, Burnside, 
Ascqg 

Harvey, Jn., dyke-builder, 119 High 
St 

Harvey, John, seaman, 24 castle st 
Harvey, & Co. printers, & insurance 
agents, Rothesay Chronicle office, 
12 Watergate ; ho 22 Argyle pi 
Hastie, Jas,, shoemaker, 14 Tower st 
Hay John, 23 High st 
Heath erington, Mrs, 3 craigmore Rd 
Heaslit, Mrs, mangier, 51 High st 
Heaton, James, spirit-merchant. 

7 victoria st ; ho Barone Rd 
Heaton, Eobert, spiritTdealer, 12 E. 

Princes st 
Heaton, William, spirit-dealer,Barone 

Rd 
Henderson, Arch., steamboat pilot, 

7 Bishop st 
Henderson, Dan., seaman, 6 store Ln 
Henderson, John F., gentleman, 51 

and 53 Ardbeg 
Henderson, Matthew, tisherman 24 

E. Princes st 
Henderson, Mrs, 13 Bridge st 
Henderson, Mrs Mary, 28 Mill st 
Henderson, W. 30 J Ardbeg Rd 
Henderson, T. , Gleuburn Lodge, 

crichton Rd 
Hendry, Mrs Peter, 11 Bridge -End 

st 
Henry, Mrs Mary, 84 High st 
Herbert, Miss Agnes, E. pringes st 
Herbert Mrs Wm., aiountstuart Rd 

Herbert & Madde ver, writers 

Watergate 

Heron, Jas., grocer, and wine mer- 
chant, and artificial manure 
agent 17 E. Princes st; ho Bishop 
Ter 

Heron, M. & J., bakers, 20 e. Princes 
St 



Hewison, Rev. J. K., parish Manse 
Hewitt, Jn., warehouseman, Ardbeg 
Hicks, Charles, (of George Hicks & 
son), diuggist, 22 Montague st 

Hieks, Geo. & Son, druggists, 

1 victoria st & 2 nigh st 
Higgle, Geo., printer, reporter, 

correspondent, and insurance 

agent, 22 Bridge st 
Higgie, Mrs Agnes, 78 Highst 

Highgate, Mrs, 12 King st 

Hill, Arch,, labourer, 28 Mill st 

Hill, Daniel, labourer, 

Hill, E., 5 wimbleton 

Hill, George, tenter and hosier, 78 

Montague st 
Hill, Mrs Wm., Ladeside st 
Hill, Neil, seaman, 29 Bridge st 

Hislop, Mrs Eobert, 21 Russell st 
Hodge, Thomas, stockbroker, Loch 

\iew, crichton Rd 
Hogg, Tho 11 ., tobacconist and joiner, 
27 Montague st ho 11 & prin- 
ces st 
Holms, Miss, 10 Brighton Tr 
Hope, John, brass-founder, Craig? 

more villa, crichton Rd 
Hope, Mrs, 54 Ardbeg 
Hossock , west castle st 
Howard, Mrs Jn., 2 croft Ln 
Howie, Margaret. 4 Albert pi 
Howie, John, joiner, 19 columsM.'lst 
Howie, Wm. coastguard, 21 Argyle st 

Hunter, Adam, grocer," 47 vic- 
toria St; ho 8 Mountpleasant Rd 
Hunter, Andrew, draper, 39 victoria 

st 
Hunter, James, grocer, 10 w. princes 

st ; ho 1 1 Argyle pi 
Hunter John, staffa pi 
Hunter, Jn., joiner, 20 columshill st 
Hunter, Miss, 56 Ladeside st 
Hunter, Miss Eliz., 27 e, princes st 
Hunter, Miss Janet, crichton Rd 
Hunter, Miss Janet, 11 Argyle? 
Hunter, Mrs Annie Y., 13 Argyle Ter 
Hunter, Mrs Margt., 30 E. Princes st 
Hunter, Robert, baker, 15 Highst 

Hunter, Thomas, chimney 

sweeper, 20 Watergate 

77 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Hunter, Wm., builder, staffa place, 
Hillhouse Rd 

Hunter, William, druggist 64 Mon- 
tague st ; ho 66 do 

Hunter, Wm. M.D., 7 Battery pi 

Hunter, James, Silver Knowe, 
crichton Rd 

Hutchison, John, 11 chapelhill Ed 

Hutchison, Mrs, 44 Mill st 

Hutchison, Mrs Isa., draper, Monta- 
gue st 

Hutton, J., Ardmirar 

Hutton, Mrs, 10 Ardbeg Rd 

Hyndman, Malcolm, 80 High st 

Hyndman, Mrs Ag., store Ln 

Hyndman, Mrs Euphemia, 13 Argyle 
st 

Hyndman, Mrs Mary, 121 High st 



Ingleton, Mrs,* Ferguson pi 

Innes, Geo., house-furnisher, and 
pawnbroker, 6 w. castle st ; ho 
22 Argyle st 

Innes, Martin, pawnbroker, 4 
west castle st 

Innes, M- & J., furniture deal- 
ers, 43 Montague st 

Irvine, Samuel, shoemaker, 5 last 
Princes st 



Jackson, David, temperance hotel, 

33 Argyle st 
Jackson, Miss, 5 Royal Ter 
Jamieson, Arch. & Son, florists and 

gardeners, 7 Argyle st 
Jamieson, John, fishcurer, Bogany 
Jamieson, John, gardener, Hillhouse 

Ed 

Jamieson, Jn. CL, plasterer,25 Bridge 

End st 
Jamieson, Mrs Jane, grocer, 8 west 

princes st 
Jamieson, Mrs Margt., 32 Bridge st 

78 



Jamieson, Neil, wood-cutter, 15 cas- 
tle st 

Jamieson, Wm.,gardener, serpentine 
Ed 

Jamieson, 5 Ferguson pi 

Jardine, Robt., toat builder, chapel- 
hill Ed 

Jarman, Mrs, Havelock Ter 

Jeffrey, Js. fisherman, 24 wattrgate 

Jenkins, Mrs innes, 24 b shop st 

Johnstone, Arch., flesher, 1 Mill st 

Johnston, Mrs, Townhead 

Johnston, Hugh, jointr,ll colums- 
hill st 

Johnston, Hugh, shoemaker, 17 Bi- 
shop st 

Johnston, John G., 54 Ardbeg 

JohDstone Miss, 24 Montague st 
Johnston, Jn., shoemaker, 56 Lade- 
side st 
Johnston, Mrs, -17 Battery pi 
Johnston, Miss Ann, 24 Bridge st 
Johnston or Redpath, Mrs Sophia, 
Marine Pi 



K 



Kay, Annie, confectioner, 49 High St 
Kay, James, forester, Earone cot 
Kay, Robt.^Hellenslee, ciichton Rd 
Kean, Archibald, 28 Mill St 
Kean, Wm., van-driver, Eoslin pi 
Keith, Alex., joiner, 83 Montague St 
Keith, Daniel, plasterer, Barone Rd 
Keith, Elizabeth, 49 High st 
Keith, John, bottler, 76 High st 
Kell, Mrs Joseph, 5 Bridge st 
Kelly, Agnes, Russell st 
Kelly, James, Eden pi 
Kelly, John, Russell st 
Kelly John L, hotel-keeper, 

victoria Hotel, 59 victoria st 
Kelly, Miss, 11 Mountstuart Ed 
Kelly Mrs, 29 Bridge st 
Kelly, Mrs Elizabeth, 3 Minister's Br 
Kelvie, Robert, 105 High st 
Kennedy, Angus, 3 stuart st 
Kennedy, Mrs, 50 Ladesidest 
Kennedy,^ James, 11 Albert pi 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Kennedy, Misses Alice and Jane, 

Roslin pi 
Kennedy, Mrs Flora, 38 Ladeside st 
Kennedy, Mrs Mary, 71| Ardbeg Ed 
Kemp, Mrs, 20 Mill st 
Keir, Ahx., eating-house keeper, 7 

Bridge st 
Ker, John, 13 Marine pi 
Kerr, Arch., stoker, Hillhouse Ed 
Kerr, Andrew, mason, 36 Bridge st 

Kerr, James, labourer, 1 Mill st 
Kerr, Jas., seaman, 20 Watergate st 
Kerr, Jas-, sculptur, lewnbead; 

ho Eel en pi 
Kerr, John, joiner, 24 Bishop st 
Kerr, Mrs, 26 columshill st 
Kerr, Mrs Andrew, 18 columshill st 
Kerr, Mrs Mary, 20 Bridge-End st 
Kidd, John, inspector of poor, 31 

Bishop st ; ho 15 Mountstuart Ed 
King, A, 1 Brighton Tr 
Kinloch, Cs., gentleman, craigarden, 

upper craigmore, and 77 Mon- 
tague st 
KirkLnd, Js., labourer, 14 Ladeside 

st 
Kirkpatrick, William, janitor,^ Hill- 

house Ed 
Kirkwood, Mrs Isabella Watergate 
Kirkwood, Mrs Janet, 34 Argyle st 
Kirkwood, David/cartwright, 95 High 

st 
Knox, John, 17 E. Princes st 



Laidlaw, Jas., plasterer, 7 Bishop st 
Laird, Andw., cook, 16 Gallowgate 
Lambie, Bt., gardener, 24 E. Princes 

st 
Lamont, Dun., gardener, Hillhouae 

Ed 
Lamont, John, baker, 19 Gallowgate 

st ; ho 21 do 
Lamont, Jn., fisherman, 30 E. Princes 

st 
Lamont, Mrs John, tailor, 15 Gallow- 
gate; ho 22 Argyle st 
Lamont, Neil, gardener, 23 castle st 
Lamont Miss, 57 Montague st 



■Rothesay, 



Lamont, Mrs D., Craigowan, crichton 

Ed 
Lamont, Mrs, 22 Argyle st 
Lamont, Donald 'boat hirer, Mount- 

stuarS roal. 
Lang Mrs Ardbeg rd 
Lang, Mrs Thomas, 21 Gallowgate st 
Lauder, Hugh, jeweller, 8 Albert p1 j 

ho Lin-dea vil, crichton Rd 
Lauder, Mrs-. 19 Eussell st 
Law, Mrs Mary p., 13 Ardbeg sd 
Lawrie, Dan., engineer, 84 High st 
Lawrie, Miss, 43 Ardbeg Rd 
Lawson, David, baker, 87 Mon- 
tague st ; ho 89 Montague st 
Lawson Dr, 5 Battery Place 
Lee, Mary, Macalister's ct 
Lee, Mrs Catherine, 16 castle st 
Lees, Mrs, 20 Gallowgate st 
Leggati, M?s 0, 12 Bridge st 

Leekie, Wm, M., slater, 35 

Bridge st ; ho Craigarden 
Leishman miss Jane, w. princes st 
Leiper, Robt., tlesber, Mountpleasant 
Leitoh, Dugald, joiner, 24 castlehill 

st 
Leitch, James, 79 High st 
Leitch, Jn., shoemaker, 8 Hillhouse 

Ed 
Leitch, Miss Catherine, 71 Ardbeg M 
Leitch, Misses, Greenoak cottage 
Leitch, Mrs Christina, 19 Ardbeg Ed 
Leith, Peter, druggist, Mountpleasant 
Lennox, Mrs James, 2 Bridge st 
Letters, John C, Lilyoak Ter 
Lightbody, Jas., baker, 21 Eussell st 
Lilster, Mrs Agnes, Ardmory rd 
Lindsay, Wm, painter, Ladeside, 

ho columshiil st 

Lister, Alex., florist, etc., 34 e. 

Princes sc and Gaytield Nursery 
Liston, Allan, chapelhill Ed 
Littie Mrs, dairy-keeper, Dean Hood 

Pi ; ho Geelong bldgs 
Livingston, Edward, 9 Brighton Tr 
LivingStonia Temperance Hotel, 

Guildford so* 
Livingstone, G„, saddler, castlehiEst 
Livingstone, Mrs, 62 High st 
Livingstone Ronald, tanner, 2.0 

Bridge-end st 
Livsay, Mrs, Ardmory road 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesav. 



Lloyd, Mrs, 5 Argyle st 
Loch head, Mrs, 3 Koyal Ter 
Lockhart, James, letter-carrier, 26 

Bridge st 
Lockhart. John, joiner, 8 Hillhouse R 
Locke, Kobt., Elysium 
Logan, Agnes, 23 Ardbeg Ed 
Logan, William, 8 Mountpleasant 
Lorrain, Miss Eli/., 36 Ladeside st 
Love, Mrs Dan : el, 14 E. Princes st 
Lowe, Captain James, crichton R 1 
Lugton, Danl., baker, 77 High st ; ho 

Russell st 
Lugton, Miss, Mary, 11 Bridge-End 

st 
Lundie, Mrs Peter, 105 High st 
Lusk, John, labourer, 2 croft Ln 
Lusk, Mrs, Wm, 27 Bridge-End st 
Lyell, David, 28 Battery pi 
Lyle, John, mason, Townhead 
Lyle, Wm , druggist, Tower st 
Lyon, Charles, Prince of wale3 

Lodge, Royal Terrace 
Lyons, John, labourer, 22 Ladeside st 



M 



Madden, George, sergeant-major 
Argyle and; Bute Artillery vo- 
lunteers, Montague st 
Maguiro John, delf dealer, 48 High 

st 
Maddever, Dr John Coombe, 19 Bat- 

tery pi 
Maddever W CW, procurator-fiscal, 

Watergate 
Maitland, Mrs Jane, 27 Bishop st 
Ma.tlan.l, John, labourer, Lnion 

st 
M itland Dcnald, grocer, Eden place 
Mansfield, Mrs John, crichton Road 
Marquess of Bute's Estate office, 41 

High st 
Marshall, Jas, tailor, 4 Mountj leas- 
ant Rd 
Marshall, John, mason, 79 High st 
Marshall, Miss, 19 Bridge st 
Marshall, Wm., joiner, 103 High st 
80 



Martin, Mai., tailor, 4 Albeit p1 
Martin. Mary, confectioner, l water- 
gate st 
Martin Miss Eden pi 
Martin, Miss, 10 store Lane 
Martin, Miss Catherine, 45 Argyle st 
Ma tin, Mrs, 10 Ladeside st 
Martin, Mis Eliz., 22 Argyle st 
Martin, Eodger, witnbleto i cot 

Mason, Thos., grocer, 65 High st 

ho Barone Rd 
Mason, David, Mrs, Barone Ed 
Masonic Halls — "St Johns," 12 Bi- 
shop st ; " Rawcliffe," 11 Mon- 
tagua sfc 
Masterton, Ths.. bathman, Glenbu.n 
Matbew, Miss Mary. Marine pi 
Middleton, Mrs, 7 Bishop st 
Mathieson, Alex., 13 Gallowgate st 
Mathieson, John, mason. Bridge st 
Mathies »n, Wm., joiner, crichton R 1 
Maxwell, Jas., confectioner, e prin- 

ces st 
Maxwell, Jas. Shaw, 3 craigmore 
May, John., reporter, public Halls 

Buildings 
Meikle, Mrs, 8 Mountpleasant Rd 
Melrose, Mrs Eleanor, 17 Mill st 
Mdlen, Mis, 114 High st 
Millar, W.J., civil engineer,Marine p1 
Miller, Alex., chimney-sweeper, 

44 High st' 
Miller, Alexander, joiner, columshill 

st 
Miller, Dan,, cab owner, 70 Ardbeg 
Miller, MrsJ Daniel, Alma Ter 
Miller, George, ex-harbour-mauter, 

ho 2 Roslin Pi 
Miller, J, & Son, slaters, 5 Co- 
lumshill St 
Miller, John, flesh er, 28 E. princes st 
Miller, John, slater, 2 Hillhouse Rd 
Miller, Matthew, 18 Bridge st 
Miller, Maxwell, merchant, High 

craigmore Rd 
Miller, Miss Agnes, 7 Elysium 
Miller, Miss Beckwith, 16 mllhquse 

Rd 

Miller, Miss Elizabeth, 7 Elysium 
Miller, Miss Jane, 7 Elysium 
Miller, Mrs, 17 Watergate st 
Miller, Miss M„ 22 Argyle s$ 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay., 



Miller, Mrs, 6 Bishop st 

Miller Mrs, Alma ter 

Miller, Mrs Arch, 18 Watergate st 

Miller, Mrs Catherine, 24 columshill 

st 
Miller, Mrs Eliz., 28 E. princes st 
Miller, Mis Mary, 11 craigniore Rd 
Miller Samuel, spirit merchant, 3 

Bridget-End st ; ho inkertnan T 
Miller, Neil, seaman, Hiilhouse Rd 
Miller, Wm, slater, 5 columshill st 
Miller, & Co., drupeis, 57 Montague 

Milloy, Lachlan, ironmonger, 47 

Montague st ; ho Elmbank, Hill- 
house Rd 
Milne, Owen, snperintendent,Bute 

certified industrial school, 37 

Mill st 
Mitchell, David, gardener, 13 Stuart 

st ; house Braeside cot., AS.;og 

Loch 
Mitchell, Margaret, 18 Gallowgate 
Mitche 1, Misses, 6 craigmore nd 
Mitchell, Misses A. & K, milliners, 

15 E. prince? st 
Mitchell, Mrs Mary, 1 Mackinlay st 
Mitchell, Peter, carpenter,29 victoria 

st 
Mitche 1 !, Mrs. 7 Brighton Tr 
Mitchell, t ilor, 46 Montague st 
Mitchell, Thos., upholsterer, 81 

victoria st ; ho 29 Russell st 
Montgomevie, JFiancis, innkeeper, 3 

w. princes st 
Montgomery, Cunningham, painter, 

21 Russell st 
Montgomery, Wm. B., baker, lo E. 

prince -s st ; ho 13 Biidge st 
Montgomery, Mrs, 25 columshill st 
Montgomerie Wm. Auctioneer, 1 Ard- 

beg 
Moodie, Archibald, blacksmith, 19 

High st 
Moodie, John, blacksmith, Ballojh- 

guy 

Moodie, Miss, dressmaker, 24 East 

Princes st 
Moodie Wm., veterinary surgeon, 15 

store Lane ; ho Battery pi 
Moodie &.Wallaee,carriage-hirers, 

15 store Lane 



Moore, David, 5 Biidge st 
Moore, J as, tailor, 7 Galh.vvg-ate 

Morris, David I., baker, 109 

Montague st ; ho Barone Rd 
Morris, Wm., 22 Mid St 
Morrison, A., draper, 67 victoria 

st ; ho 65 do 
Morrison, Ar.h., farmer, windyhall 
Morrison, Arch., labourer, 62 High st 
Morrison, Brothe;s, buil e s, High St 
Morrison, Daniel, police constable, 

18 catle st 
Morrison, Don., baker, 38 Ladeside st 
Morrison, Dug., gardener, 39 Craig- 
more 
Morrison, Dun., labourer, 113 High st 
Morrison, James, joiner, QQ Montague 

Morrison, John, engineer, 27 craig- 

mord 
Morrison, John, gardener, 4 King st 
Moriison, John, mason, 7 Stuart st 
Morrison, Mi^s, Margaret, Bishop Ter 
Morrison Mrs, cnch.on id 
Morrison, Neil, gardener, 11 Hiilhouse 

Rd 

Morrison, B., 12 Brig! ton Tr 
Morrison, Bobeit, architect and 
joiner, 35 Watergate st ; ho 
Eden place 
Morrison, Boderick, shipmaster, 

Criehton Rd 
Morrison, William, joiner, 15 Millst; 

ho 4 do 
Morton, hu., grocer, 62 Montague st 

ho Alma Ter 
Mouat, Miss Jane Eliza, retired 

school a. ist ess, 15 Argvle pi 
Muir, Arch., farmer. Barone Park 
Muir, Chas., baker, Guildford sq 
Muir, 7 Tower at:eet 
Muir, Miss Jessie, 9 Argyle st 
Muir, Mrs, Bridge st 
Muir, Mrs Jane, Foley House, High st 
Muir, Thomas, farmer, Mechnoch 
Muir, Peter 

Mullen, Mrs, 7 west prince :• street 
Mulen Wm., 1 03 High st 
Munn, Ann, 42 Laieside 3t 
Munn, Wm., Ardb^g 
Muuro, Henry, Russell street 
Munro, J as., 18 castle st _ 

G 81 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay, 



Murchie Mrs, crichfon Rd 
Mwrchy, J., Mill St. 
Murdoch, Alex., labourer, 5 Mini- 
ster's Br 
Murdoch, Angus, shoemaker, 9 & 11 

Bridge- Knd st 
Murdoeh, John, 74 Ardbeg 
Murdoch, Mrs Mary, 52 Ardbeg Rd 
Muiphy, Owen, labourer, 2 John st 
Murray, Andrew B., Argyle Ter 
Murray, Arch., carrier, 47 Mon- 
tague st 
Murray, D. C., glazier and paint- 
er, b6 Montague st ; he Barone rd 
Murray, Mrs Elizabeth, Ferguson pi 
Murray, Mrs Helen, Hillhouse i-:d 
Murray, Mrs Mary, 84 Montague st 
Murray, Thomas, joiner, 13 colums- 
hill st 
Murray, Wm., carrier, 19^ Bridge st;: 

ho 47 Montague st. 
Murty, Peter, builder, Marine pi 
Mylne, Misses, H. A., J., & M., High 

craigmore Rd 
Mvles, Geo., shoemaker, 19 castla st 
Mylne, Mrs, 10 Tower sb 



Mac. 



McAdam gardener, Karnes Cas-1 

MeAdam, Jas., gardener, High st 
McAlaster, James, 56 High st 
MeAlister, Arch., labourer, 32Eridge 

st 
MeAlister, Jas.,f armer, Little Kilmoy 

MeAlister, Miss Grace, 27 Bishop st 
MeAlister, Miss Mt., 28 columshill s 
MeAlister, Robt„ farmer, Mid-Ascog 
MeAlister, Andrew, measurer, 22 

Argyle st 
McAlpine, Agnes, 28 Ladeside st 
MeAlpine, Ang., court-housekeeper, 

33 High st 
McAlpine, Dan., cab-proprietor, 110 

HJgh st 
McAlpine, John, confectioner, 63 

victoria st ; ho 8 Argyle pi 
McAlpine. john, house agent, 82 

Montague st 



McAlpine Mrs, milliner, 82 Mon- 
tague s-fc '-"-to^ 
McAlpine, Mrs Mary, 9 Argyle st 1 
McAlpine, R-t., burgh-collector, 

31 High bt ; ho Hav.eock Ter 
McAlpine; Rt„ cab-piopriecor, 7 Hill- 

ho >se Rd 
Mc Arthur, Dl., slater, 26 Ladesidest 
MeArthur, Lonald, draper, 10 Albert 

rl ; ho Alma Ter 
MeArthur, J m, cutler, 84 Montague 

st 
MeArthur; Mai., labourer, 5 columa- 

hll st 
McArihur, Mrs, 2 columshill pi 
MeArthur, Mrs, 52 Ardbeg Rd 
MeArthur, Mrs, 6 stoie Lane 
MeArthur, Mrs, m.lliner, 69 victoria 

st ;. ho clen a a ids Rd 
MeArthur, JLiobert, fisherman, St 

Niniau's Bay 
McAulay, James, wyndham Rd 
McAulay, Jas., clerk, Gowanfield p1 
Macbeth, A^dam D., writer, castle- 

st ; ho Aid-Ascog 
Macbeth, Daniel, writer, Watergate ; 

ho Ard-ASoog 
McBean, Miss, 27 Argyle st 
Mcbrayne, David, steamboat. 

owner, office ou pier 
McBrayne, Dona'd, 21 Russell st 
McBiMie Hugh, 75 Ardbeg id 

MeBride, Jas., joiner, John st 

MeBride, Mrs Mary croil, 1 2 Ardbeg 
MeBride, Pr., labourer 7 Mill st 
MeBride, Kobt-, blacksmithy 

John st 
McCabe, Catherine, 34 Mill st 
McCabe, Mrs, 9 Ladeside St 
McCall, Jn., shoemaker, 26 castle st 
McCall, Miss, crichton Rd 
M'Callum, Duncan, AdeJaide p1 
McCallum, Malcolm, gentleman, Ma- 
rine Pi 
McCallum, Eliz., 47 Montague st 
McCallum, Jn., joiner (ofMcCallurris 
& Marshall), 98 Montague st 
McCallum, Julia, 2 King st 
McCallum, John 38 Bishop st 
McCallum, Peter, 18 castle st 
McCallum, Mrs Wm., staff a pi 
McCallum, Peter, little Grenada 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



McCallum, Robin, 89 Montague st 
McCallum, S., grocer, 96 Montague 

st 
McCalium & Marshall, joiners, 50 

High st 
McCarthy, Mrs, 31 E. Piince^ st 
Macloy, Rev. William York Ter 
McClellan, Jn., shoemaker and boat- 
man, 28 Montague st 
McClure J s., 41 victoria st 
McColl, John, carter, 109 Montague 

st 
McColl, Mrs Argyle Ter 
McC'oll, Mrs Jean, 25 Montague st 
M'Cull, Mis ^ Mary, Craigiebnrn, 

cric!ton B'l 
McCombe, Daniel, eng r neer, serpen- 

tine Hti 
McCombe Fiank, E-igh st 
McConechie, Mrs Catb., 24 E. Princes 

st 
McCord, John, mason. 48 Montague s 
McCork.ind-.le, Dugald, Ascog 
McCormi k, Alex., gentleman, 23 

victoria St 
McCormick, Ed., mason, sfaffapl 
McCormick, John, sen., mason, Ba- 
li one Rd 
McCormick, Matbew, 22 Mill st 
McCormick, Mrs Mary, 19 Eridge- 

End st 
McCrae, Thos. v nmrn, 110 High st 
McCrone, Ca _uain, 4 wimbletoa 
McCrone, Ja-., jun., diaper, 39 

Mot.tague st 
McCulloch, Wm., hotel-keeper, 81 

victoria st 
McDermit, James, 26 Mill st 
McDonald, Alex. .labourer 46 High st 
McDonald, Ann, 111 High st 
McDonald, Dun., carter, 89 High st 
McDonald Duncan, tea merchant, 

14 Hillhouse Bel 
McDonald, tliz., 22 columshill st 
McDonald, Hu., labourer, Hillhouse 
McDonald, Hu., labourer, 14 Lade- 
side st 
McDonald, Fred., labourer, 22 Mill st 
McDonald, Hector Meadowcap 
McDonald, Jas., labourer, 12 Kingst 
McDonald, Jn., gardener 
McDonald, John, labourer, 22 Millst 



McDona'd, Mr?, 4 Hillhoire Rd 
McDonald, Mary, 82 High st 
McDonald, M'ss 24 Ardbeg Ed 
McDonald, IVIrs, Havelock Ter 
McDonald, Mrs, 36 Bridge st 
McDonald, Mr?, 15 Argyle pi 
McDonald, Mrs catb., 23 Ardbeg Rd 
McDonald, Mrs Isabella, 35 Bridge 

st 
McDonald, Mrs Margt., 58 High st 
McDonald, Neil, seaman, 11 Albert P 
McDonald, Sarah, 56 Lades-ile st 
Macdonnell, Misses, Loch Gadoich, 

westland Rd 
McDougall, Allan, 36 rishop st 
McDougall, Alex., fisherman, St 

Kinian's Bay 
McDougall, Allan, 30 Bishop st 
McDougall, Arch., joiner, 5 Argyle st 
McDougall, Mis, 30 Eishop st 
McDougall, Dl.,fisherman, wyndham 

Ed 

McDougal, Hugh, farmer, Eastwood 
McDougall, James, 12 Argyle st 
McDougall, James, 89 High s 
McDougall, Robeit, fisherman, St 

Mnian's Bay 
McDougall, Mi-sMary, 14 Argyle st 
McDougall, Mrs A., 20 Bridge st 
McDougall, Mrs Arch., 3 Minister's B 
McDougall, Mrs Marion, 27 High st 
McDougall, Pr., engineer, 56 Ardbeg 
McDougall. Robt., farmer, Barnauld 
McDougall, Wm., labourer, 4 John st 

McEwan Mrs, Montague st 
McEwen, Jas., gentleman, 56 Ardbeg 
McEwen, Joan, g enhead 
McEwen, Miss Tsa., 8 Ladeside st 
McFadyan John, 27 Bridge-end jst 
McFadyen, Mrs, 9 Mill st 
McFad:en, George, 21 Watergate st 
McFarlane, Catherine, 5 Bridge st 
McFarlane, Chas., seaman, Eden pi 
McFarlane, Christina, 7 Bishop 
M'Farlane, Duncan, farmer, xerry- 
cruisoch 

McFarlane, Hugh, Adelaide pi 

McFarlane John, spirit- dealer, 13 

Tower St 
McFarlane, Js., gentleman, Marine p1 
Macfarlane, Jas., sawyer, Barone Rd 

83 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



McFarlane John Argyle tr 
McFarlane, Jn., mason, 112 nigh st 
MTarlane. Miss 12 castle s reet 
McFarlane, Mrs Angus, 13 Bridge st 
Macfarlan*, Rev. Pr., united Presby- 
terian manse, Bishop Ter 
McFarlane, 9 Bosemount 

McFarlane, Robt., farmer, Lochend 
McHe, Arch., shoemaker, 151 High 

st 
McFie, Arch., writer, 14 castle st 
Maclie, Donald, 27 Biidg-end st 
McFie Dug., painter, 38 High st ; ho 

12 c stle sb 
McFie, Hoc, shipmaster, 12 Mount- 

stuart Rd 
McFie, James.,Jgrain dealer, 64 High 

sb 
McFie, James, grocer, 8 High st ; ho 

2 wountstuart Rd 
McFie, Jane, 9 will st 
McFie, Janet, 11 Bridge-End st 
McFie, John, farmer, Ballycurrie 
McFie, John, tailor, 46 Montague st 
McFie, Malcolm, lalo;rer, 22 willst 
McFie, Miss, 7 castle st 
McFie, Miss Ann, 47 Ardbeg Rd 
Mel ie, Miss Bet*y, 11 ErMge-End st 
McFie, Miss Eliz., milLworker, 10 

Hillhouse Rd 
McFie, Miss Janet, 29 E. princes st 
McFie, Miss Mary, 24 castle st 
McFie, Miss Mary, willr worker, 10 

Killhouse Rd 
McFie, wiss Mary, 59 Ardbeg Rd 
McFie, Mrs, Barone Rd 
McFie, Mrs, 56 Ladeside st 
McFie, Mrs Jane, 16 Argyle st 
McFie, Mrs Martha, 71 victoria st 
McFie, Rt., joiner, 6 columshill pi 
McFie,Rt.,barb'rmaster,4 lattery Pi 
McFid Robt., grocer, 10 Argyle st ; 

ho Rose Hill 
McFie, Mrs r l hos., 7 castle st 
McGallagley, Corneilius, 70 Ardbeg 
McGaw, Mrs 17 Argyle p1 
McGeathy, Mis, 84 wontague st 
McGeachy, wrs James, Barone Rd 
McG ee ; Michael, 2 John st 

MeGee, Kobert, grocer, 1 Ar- 
gyle st ; ho 2; do 
McGUlivray, Dugald, 22 Mill st 

84 



McGilb'vray, Martin, sheriff-officer, 

East Burgh l anda 
McGilp, Ach., carrier, 52 Montague 

sb 
McGilp, Arch. ? bootmaker, west 

Princes st 
McGilp, A. & D. fleshers, 18 west 

princes at 
MeGilp, RoH., jeweller, 2Q 

Montague st 
McGinty, Hugh, ham & egg 

dealer, 54 Montague st 
McGlashan, Mrs Eliz, war'nepl 
McGhnchy, John, staffa p1 
McGovern, Jn., tailor,28wontague s,t 
Mc Govern, Sam., labourer, 89 High a 
McGregor, Andrew, mechanic, Hilli 

house Rd 
McGregor, Jn., labourer, 29 Bridges 
McGregor, Mrs chris., 10 Ladeside st 
McGowan,Rt., seaman, 77 Montague 

st 
McGuinness, Ross, spirit-dealer, 11 

G allow gate st ; ho b .r< ne Rd 
McGuire, Charles, spirit-dealer, 10 

Argyle pi 
McHaase, Dav., iron-merchant, 35 

Ardbeg sd 
Mclloon, Mrs 22 Bridge-End st 
Mclndoe, Mrs Mary, 5 Brighton Tr 
Mclnnes, Dr, 3 vumbleton 
Mclnnes, J., denfaulds 
Mclnnes, Mrs, 42 Argyle st 
Macintosh, Arch., druggist, 21 Mon- 
tague st ; ho 17 Argyle Ter 
Mcintosh, MissMargt.,17 Argyle Ter 
Mcintosh, Miss My., salt-dealer, 20 

castlehill st 
Mcintosh, Miss Mary, 5 Minister's Br 
Mcintosh, Mrs serpentine Rd 
Mcintosh, Mrs James, 22 craigmore 

Rd 

Mcintosh, Mrs John, crichton Rd 
Mcintosh, Mrs, 21 Argyle pi 
Mcintosh, Willm., accountant, 13 

Bishop st ; ho 39 High st 
M'lntosh, W., 4 Brighton Tr 
M'Jntosh, Mrs, Arcimillan 
Mclntyre, Arch., carpenter, 19 vie? 

loria stl 
Mclntyre, Charlotte, 76 High st 
Mclntyre, Daniel, farmer, Durtalunt 



Parish of 



liouseholderg. 



Rdthesay. 



Mclntyre, Did,, labourer, Hillhouse 

Rd 
Mclntyre, John, cow-feeder, 27 Mon- 
tague st 
Mclntyre, Malcolm, Meadowcap 
Mclntyte, Miss, 5 Mountstuait Ed 
Mclntyre, Mrs Arch., 8 Mill st 
Mclntyre, Mrs Neil, 23 victoria st 
Mclntyre, Fr., boatman, 35 Bridge s 
Mclntyre, Peter, farmer, Ballanlay 
Mclntyre, Et., farmer, serpentine Ed 
Mclntyre, Robert, ground-officer, 41 

High st 
Mclntyre, Wm., woodman, 32 Mill st 
M'ln yre, Dr, Ardclutha, orient on 

Rd 

Mclsaac, Jn., 45 Argyle st 
Mclver, Alex., labourer, 17 Bridge st 
Mclver, Patrick, 67 High st 
Mclver, Thos,, quarrier, 116 High st 
Mclver, Thomas, 20 Mill st 

McKay, Archibald, 19 Russell st 
McKay, Cs., clothier, 26 Montague st 
McKay, David, colporteur & grocer, 

99 Montague st ; ho 27 High st 
McKay, Don., boatman, 28 Bridge st 
McKay, Jane, 22 .Argyle p1 
McKay, Jn., chief-constable, 37 High 

st ; ho clyde view, upper craig- 

more 
McKay John, 17 Marine pi 
McKay, John, gentleman, Ardbet,' R 
McKay, Jn., labourer, 34 Mill st 
McKay, Jn., teacher, Park Grove, 

crichton Rd 
McKay, Miss Flora, 26 Eri lge st 
McKay, Mrs, 21 Ardbeg Rd 
McKay, Pr., labourer, 22 Mill st 
Mackay, William,rector of Academy; 

ho 1 wimbleton 
M'Kean, Mrs, 30 K. princes st 
McKechnie, Am , labourer, 10 Mill st 
McKechnie, Arch., porter, 18 Gal- 

lowgate 
McKechnie, Miss Cat serine, G-resel- 

da vdl i, crichton Rd 
McKechnie, Mrs Grace, 25 Gallow- 

gate 
McKechnie, John A., 3 Mountstuart 

Rd 

McKechnie, Miss, 6 Argyle pi 
McKellar, Did., gardener, Millhole 



McKellar, Jas. seaman, 48 iadeside st 
McKellar, Jn., seaman, 19 Mill st 
McKellar, Jn„ slater, 22 Mill st 
M'Keller, Mai., cowfeed?r,93 high st 
McKel'ar, Mrs, 6 Royal Ter 
McKellar, Mrs, 40 Argyle st 
McKellar, Mrs, 2 croft Ln 
McKellar, Mrs Martha, 6 Royal Ter 
McKellar, Mrs Neil, Roslin pi 
McKendrlck, Jas„ seaman, 22 water- 
gate 
McKenzie, Cln., seaman, Hillhouse Rd 
McKenzie, Hector, seaman, 8 Tower 

st 
McKenzie, Miss Margt,, 3 Mill st 
McKenzie, Mrs Mary, 1 Mill st 
McKenzie, Mrs Agnes, 119 Hi^h st 
McKenzie,Murdoch, shorthand writ- 
er aad reporter, Rothesay Ex- 
press office ; lio 13 Bridge st 
McKenzie, E. shipmaster, G-racefield, 

crichton Rd 
McKillop, Dugald, farmer, Quein & 

scalpsie 
McKim, John, spirit-dealer, 3 vic- 
toria st ; ho 32 Argyle st 
McKim, JSam., 6 Hillhouse Rd 

MacKinlay, John, bookseller, 

stationer, and postmaster, 21 
victoria st ; h > 8 Bishop Ter 
McKinlay, John, temperance hotel- 
keeper, 4 High st 
McKinlay, Mrs Cath., Mar'ne p1 
McKinlay, Mrs Helen, 19 High st 
McKinlay, Mrs Janet, 67 High st 
McKinlay, Mrs Marion, 23 at yle 3t 
McKinlay, Mrs Eobt.,\vind or ^odge 
McKinlay, Robt., shoemaker, Deaa 

Hood pi ; ho 11 Argyl • st 
McKinlay, R. A., member of 
phonetic society, shorthand 
writer and certified shorthand 
teacher, secy, of choral society 
&c, pot office 
McKinlay, Mioses, Argyle Ter 
McKinlay Mrs E., Ca on Craig, 

cr:chton Rd 
McKinnel, Mary, 11 Argyle st 
McKinnel, Et., school board officer, 
and janitor, Pub ic school, High 
st 
McKinnon, Alex., 10 Maxine p1 
85 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Roiliesay. 



McKinnon, Alex., fisherman, 28 

lisl.opst ; ho 32 do. 
McKinnon, Arch., seaman, c stle st 
McK nnon, Gilbert, carriage-hirer, 

iishop Ter Br 
MeKu-non, H., bookseller, etc. 
11 victoria st ; ho. 9 Battery pi 
McKinnon, Js., labou-er, 121 High st 
McKinnon, 2V, rs Malcolm, 19 High st. 
McKinnon, n:argt., 34 Mill st 
McKin on, Mis, 11 Argyle st 
McKinnon, Mrs, 11 albeit Pi 
McKinnon, mis 6 Bishop st 
McKinnon, Mis Margt., 7 Bishop st 
McKi; noa Ee^. Nei , Baron rd 
Mackirciy, A. & J., manufacturers, 
10 King st, & Eroadcroit, Hign 
st; ho Leech wood 
McKiidy Jas.. manufacturer, John 
McKiidy, An«l.. cab-li.er, 5 Bishop s 
McKLdy, Finlay, jo'ner, 78 High st 
McKiidy, Jn., blacksmith, 32 Bridge 

st 
M'Kirdy,J.,contraotor,33Bishopst 
McKirdy, J., umbiella maker, 77 

vhtoiia st 
McKirdy, Jn., druggist, 85 victoria st 
McKirdy, Jn., mason, 28 Mill st 
McKirdy, Miss, 5 Mount tuart Kd 
McKirdy, Miss A):n, 10 Elyrium 
McKirdy, miss Cath., 10 Elysium 
McKirdy, Miss Mary, 1 Bis', op Ter Br 
McKirdy, Mis Christ., 7 Bridge st 
McKirdy, Mrs Isa., 5 lishop st 
McKirdy, mis Janet, 7 Bridge st 
McKirdv/, Robt., bank agent, 
Bank of Scotland, Guildford sq ; 
ho Battery pi 
McKirdy, Miss Margt., crickton Kd 
McKirdy, Miss Mary, Marine p1 
McKirdy, Miss My., 30 e. princes st 
McKirdy, mis May, 24 E&ttery p1 
McKirdy, lit., blacksmith, straad 
McKhdy,Thos., blacksmith, 97 High 
McLachlan, Arch,, giocer, 96 Mon- 
tague st : ho rallochgoy 
McLachlan, Aicb.,pauper, west Prin- 
ces st 
McLachlan, Dl., grocer, 14 colums- 

hill st 
McLachlan, Donald, labourer, Mac- 
alister s ct 



McLachlan, Dl h, labourer 8 Towers 
McLachlan, Lun., mason, 5 ca tli s 
lV^cLaehlall, Hugh, fgardener, 

11 coluti.shill st 
McLachlan, John, 18 Bishop st 
McLachlan, Jn., labourer, H mill st 
McLachian I acblm, 81^ Montague 

st ; ho 28 Monlague street 
McLachlan, MSi My., 9 columshill p1 
McLachlan, Misses, 1 Albany Ter 
McLciehian Miss, Royal ter 
McLficl^au Mis Andrew,Barone Ed 
McLachlan, Mis Ann, 109 Montague a 
McLachlan, Mis Isa., 26 E. princes st 
McLachlan, Ft. farmer, serpentine B 
McLaieu Alexander, letter-carrier, 

£ea Eank Luildings 
McLaren, James, 12 Argyle st 
McLaren, Miss Catherine, 10 store L 
McLaren, mis Janet, 104 M< ntagues 
McLaren, Eot t., agent, Eoyal 
Eank of Scotland, 37 victoria st; 
ho 1 lower st 
M'Lea, A. iS., law clerk, 20 Bridge st 
McLea, Miss Janet, 22 Bridge st 
MoLea, Miss_ Margt., dress- 

maker, 20 Bridge st 
McLea, Miss Mary, 22 Bridge st 
McLean, Alex., steamboat owner, 

Glendermott, Craig mo re 
McLean,Allan, blacksmith, s f affa pi 
McLean, Allan, \ ainter, 24 Bridge st 
McLean, Chas., (of LJrie & M'Lean, 

joiners), Gowanfield Pi 
McLean, Mis Charles, 14 Lade- 
side st 
McLean, Don.,shoemaker, 20 Bridge- 
End st 
M'Lean, Dan. 20 Bridge-End st 
McLean, Duncan, shipmaster, crioh- 

tonRd 
McLean, Flora, 42 Mill st 
McLean, Hu., labourer, 4 King st 
McLean, James, cotton spinner, 71 

Aid be j Rd 
McLean, James, labourer, 19 Mill st 
McLean, Janet, 3 castle sfc 
McLean, Johu, painter, 23 Bridge* st 
McLean, Jn., labou er, 21 Russell st 
McLean, Jn., labomer, 110 High st 
McLean, Jn., ploughman, Ballanlay 
McLean Dachlan, cab driver, 1 Mill s 
McLeamMal., carter, 35 Mill st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay, 



McLean, Malcolm, police officer, 24 

Bridge st 
McLean, mis, 43 Ardbeg Ed 
M'Lean, Mrs, Java Houae, crichton 

Ktl 

McLean,Neil lal ou v er, 21 will st 
McLean, KL, steamboat agent Quay; 

ho 12 (astle ^ t 
McLean, Wm., labourer, 34 M 11 st 

McLeish, Hector, taper, 11 Montague 

st 
McLeish, Mrs 10 ttore i.n 
McLe sh, R< bert, porter, 6 castle st 
McLellan Arch, 6 \v. iri ices st 
McLellan, Alexander, joter, 6 Hill- 
house road 
McLellan. Helen, poulteer, 4 E, Prin- 
ces st ; ho 27 Bisl:-o:.st 
McLe: Ian, Jacnes pinte:, 4 casllss st 
McLel'an, J. B., 11 E. pi in es bt 
McLellan, Malcolm, staffa Pi 
McLellan, Miss Pelen, 27 ti>-hop st 
McLellan, Miss My., 26 E. i rinses st 
McLellan, Peter, > ooper, 15 : to e in; 
McLellan, Quiutia, blacksmith, Crolt 

lane ; bo Russell st 
McLellan, Thus., carter, 75 High, st 
McLennan, Alex., fleshier, 

McMillan, Alex,, quarrier, 19 Mill st 
McMillan, Mrs Angus, 11 Watergate 
McMillan, Arch., carter, 21 ttore Ln 
McMillan, Bryce, joiner, Russell st; 

bo 13 stuart st 
McMillan,Bryce, carpenter,ll Argyle 

st 
McMillan, Charles, shoemaker, 24 

Watergate 

McMillan, Donald, joiner, &c, 

11 Bishop st ; ho^Lenzie villa, 
Crichton Rd 
McMillan, Don., joiner, 16 castle st 
McMillan. John, cab proprietor, 54 

Eigh st 
McMillan, Jas., carter. 62 High sfe 
McMillan, John, farmer, Knockam- 

reoch and I ark hall 
McMillan, Mrs. 8 Montague st 
McMillan, Miss Mary, 27 Bridge st 
McMillan, Miss Margaret,^ e. Prin- 
ces st 
McMillan, Mrs Agnes, 28 Mill st 



McMillan Mrs, washerwoman, 38 

Badehide st 
McMillan, Neil, biicklayer, Montrose 

villa, crichton id 
McMillan, Wm., Bulloch goy Ter 
McMillan Wm., cabman, 30 Mill st 
McMillan, Lun., seaman, 14 Tower 8 
McMurchy, John, labourer, 3d Mill 

st 
McMurchy, Mrs Janet, Dalcraig 
McNab, Alex, and l£dw», joiners, 5 J 

E. Princes st 
MeNab, Alex., joiner, (of A„ and E, 

McNab), Russell's Buildings, 

Kill tt 
McNab, Edward, joiner, (of A. and 

E. JVieNab}, 29 j.illst 
McNab, Jan ;«.*, tinsmith, Barone Rd 
McNab, iJohn, tinsmith, 5^ Ease 

princes st; ho 21 Gal iow gate 
McNab, Miss, 13 Argyle pi 
McXab, Mrs, seacditie 
McNab, Thovras t nsmith, 115 Mon- 
tague st ; ho 20 1 attery pi 
McNeil, James, labou er, 70 High st 
McNeill, mis Elba eth, 19 Mill st 
McNicol, Archibald, seaman, Ardbeg 

Rd 
McNicol, Donald, s aman, chapel- 

1 ill Road 
McNicol, Duncan, cab-driver, 97 

High St ; 
McNicol, George, 121 High st 
McNicol, John, en ineer, 45 Ardbeg 
M'Nicoi, Miss, 43 Argyle st 
McNicol, Peter, 7 c lumshillpl 
McPhail, Alex., 9 High st 
McPhail, Miss Mary, 31 Gallowgate st 
McPhail Mrs, 15 Hi ^n st 
McPhail, Mrs Ma ion. win 'sor pi 
McPhail, Mrs Mary, dairy-keeper, 36 

Bridge st 
M'Phail, D., woodsile cot, straad 
McPhee, Jn. engin er, 21 Mill st 
McPiaerson, Aicb», farmer, 17 E. prin- 
ces st 
McPhe^son, Alexander, 46 Montague 

st 
McPherson, D., Queen's Hctel, 40 

Argvle st 
McPherson, Jas., farmer, 17 E. Prin- 
ces st 



Parish of 



Householder 



Rothesay. 



Mcpherson, Archd., farmer, Gartna- 
killy 

McPhe son, John, fisherman, 5 
Bridge st 

McPheisoa, L., bookseller, 23 Mon- 
tague st 

McPherson,Mrs Alexander 53 High st 

McPherson, Mis Daniel, Alma Tr 

McPherson, Walter N., clerk, 53 
High st 

McQueen, Donald w„ spirit dealer 
27 Gallow ate st: ho 25 do 

McQueen, Mrs Margaret, 72 Monta- 
gue st 

McQuistan,Jas., sen,, plasterer, Minis- 
ter's Br 

McQuistan. Jas., plasterer, 10 John 
st 

McQuistan, Miss, confectioner, 100 
Montague st 

McSkimmmg, R. M., 92a Montague 
st, ho. Kose Eank Buildings 

McTaggait, John, labourer, 7 Mill st 

McTaggart, John, plasterer, 89 High 
st 

McTaggait, Mrs Christina, 30 craig- 
mo:e Ed 

McTaggait, Mrs Mary, 21 Mill st 

McTaggait, Murdoch, labourer, 10 
Mill st 

McTavish, Edward, tinsmith, Min- 
ister's irae 

McTavish, mis, 31 callowgate st 

McVean, John, labourer, 22 Lade- 
side st 

McVey, Miss, ilvcnia 



N 



Napier, Mrs Janet, 8 Tovrer st 
Napier, Mrs Thomas, 8 Hill ouse Rd 
Neilson, George, s-eaman, Eussell st 
Nei'son, Jane O, 38 Mill st 
Neilson, John, grocer, 76 High st 
Neilson, Mis, Ella villa, ciaigmore 
Nelson, Miss, confectioner, & green- 
grocer, 1 callowgate st 
Neilson, Mrs, 38 Mill st 



Nei'snn, MrsWilliam, 25 Montague sfc 
Neilson, J.C., baker, 101 Mont igue st 
Nelson, Oakes, 101 Montague St 
K etbercote, Mis, 22 Mill st 
Nevin, Mrs Biidget, Kacalister's ct 
Newton James, Mountpieasant rd 
Nieol James, Baron e rd 
Nicholson, Alexander, mason, 11 Al- 
bert Pi 
Nicholson, John, gentleman, 6 Ard« 

beg sd 
Nicholson, mis John, Lome Hot3l, 

Guildford sq 
Nisbet, Alexander, carter, 6 Bridge st 
Nisbet, Johi, carriage-hirer, 6 Bridge 
N^sbet, J- M., professor of music, 
crolt Lodge, west Eay 
st 
NisVet, Mrs, 11 Mill st 
Nisbet, Mrs Walter, 3 stuart st 



O 



Oakes, Reginald, adjutant, 1st A & 

B Artillery vols., Westbourne, 

crichton Ed 
Oatman Francis, Ardbeg rd 
O'Donald, John,labourer,Macalister's 

ct 
Ogilvie, A. S., retired excise officer, 

46 Ardbeg rd 
Oliver, Mrs, 36 Bishop st 
O'Neill, Hugh, fishmonger, 11 High s 
Orkney, Captain Alex., Fairfield, 

crchton Ed 

Orkney, John, draper, 89 and 91 

victoria st ; ho Eosehill, TorkTer 

Orkney, Miss Janet, 4 Mountstuart R 

Orkney, Robert, draper, 4 Mount- 

stuait Rd 
Ormnby, Hy., Temperance Hotel, 

25 Argyle st 
Ormsby, Thos,, shoemaker, 19 castle 

st 
Orr Miss, Adelaide pi 
Orr, Mrs, Marine pi 
Orr, Robert, sheriff -substitute, Tigh- 

na-Mara, Ardbeg Rd 
Orr, Samuel, teaman, 19 castle st 






Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Page, Samuel, flesher, Gallowgate 
Park, James, Argyle Ter 
Park, Magnus, seaman, 9 Argyle st 
Parochial Board offices, 31 Bishop st 
— John Kidd, inspector and col- 
lector 
Paterson, Alex,, 26 will st 
Paterson, Christina, 161 Highst 
Paterson, John, bank agent, serpen- 
tine Rd 
Paterson, John,draper, 31 victoria st 
Paterson, John, slater, 15 castle st 
Paterson, Miss, 10 Ardbeg 
Paterson, Miss Martha, 43 Ardbeg 
Paterson, R., china dealer, w. princes 

st ; ho columshill pi 
Patience, John, shoemaker, 12 Gal- 
lowgate st 
Paterson, Bobt., upholsterer, 115 

Montague st 
Paton, Mrs And. H., 30 Argyle st 
Paton, George, dyer, High st 
Paton, Jas,, farmer, Greenan 
Paton, Robert, farmer, Greenan 
Patrick, James, porter, 28 Mill st 
Patrick, Wm., gentleman, 20 Ardbeg 
Peacock, Alex., plumber, 53 Ardbeg 

ho 43 Ardbeg ltd 
Pendreigh, John, woodman, 159 High 

St 
Pepper, Mrs, Battery p] 

PERCY, WILLIAM McK., 

boot maker, 42 Montague st 
Perry, Alexander, grocer, 12 Mill st; 

ho Barone Ed 
Perry, David,store*keeper, 1 colums- 
hill pi 
Perry, John, grocer, 14 Mill st ; ho 

Barone Rd 
Perston J., painter, High st 
Perston,Wrn > carrier, 58 Monta- 
gue st 
Petne, Jas. A., commission agent, 

Marine place 
Pettigrew, Wm., Heathmount 
Pieper, B, W„ mechanic 98 Mon- 
tague street. 



Philp, Andrew, Glenburn 
Philp, Dr, Glenburn 
PoiLxk, Mrs, craigmore 
Price John, boatman, 9 victoria st 
Piice, Mrs Klizabeth, 73 victoria st 
Primrose, Adam, teacher, 4 wimble- 
ton 
Primrose, Alexander, 13 Argyle pi 
Provan, Miss Jane, Marine pi 
Purvis, John, mason, 6 castle st 
Purvis, Miss, dressmaker, 



R 



Rae, William boathirer, M'ntstuart 

road, 
Rae, Mrs, 7 w. Princes st 
Railton, Mrs Jane, milliner, 36 Mon- 
tague st ; ho 23 victoria st 
Rankine, Alexander, fruiterer, 9 aI* 

bert p1 ; ho 12 Argyle pi 
Rankin, Alex., clothier, 25 victoria 
Rankin, George, seaman, 4 King st 
Rankin, John, fishmonger, 1 Dean- 

Hood place 
Rankin, Mrs Edward, 20 Watergate 

st 
Rathie, W. W., New Hall Buildings 
"RawcliffV Masonic Hall, 11 

Montague st 
Beading Room, 9 victoria st 
Reid, Daniel, boatman, 4 Albert p1 & 

17 Bishop st 
Reid, Dl., surgeon, 25 E, princes st 
Reid, Mrs Duacan, 34 Bishop st 
Reid, Georg'na, 23 craigmore Rd 
Reid, Jas., hatter, 58 Montague st ; 

ho 11 Argyle st 
Reid, Jessie, 23 craigmore Rd 
Reid, Susan M., Marine place 
Reid, Mrs, Henrietta, Marine pi 
Reid, Mrs Janet, 48 Ladeside st 
Reisberg, Mrs, 1 Bishop Ter 
Benfrew, Jas, Mill street 
Rennie, m ; ss E., 19 castle st 
Bice, Mrs, 15 Bridge-End st 
B chmoncl Misses, 8 Royal Ter 
Bippie, Samuel, labourer, John st 
Bobertso.i, Alex., carter, 28 colums- 
hill st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Robertson Angus, upholsterer, 3 

Argyle St 
Robertson, Colin, 22 Bridge-end sfc 
Robertson, David, baker, 7 E. princes 

st ; ho 24 Bishop st 
Robertson, George, 43 Argyle st 
Robertson, John, baker 
Robertson, John, carrier, 6 C. lums- 

hill Pi 
Robertson, Jn., labourer, Macalister's 

ct 
Robertson, John, tailor, 109 Mon- 
tague st 
Robertson Wm., baker, castlehill st 

st 
Robertson,Miss Mary, 97 Montague st 
Robertson, Mrs, 6 columshill p1 
Robertson, Mrs Margt., 4 Mill st 
Robertson, Mrs Margaret, 4 3 Argyle s 
Robertson, Mrs Jane,116 High st 
Robertson, Rolt, ironmonger, 9 

Argjle st 
Robertson Stewart Hospital, Town- 
head 
Robertson, Mrs, Colinie villa, crich- 

ton Ed 
Robertson, James, cartwright, 

Gretnan mill, 
Roberts, 7 Tower street, 
Robison, Mrs John, grocer, 2 Gallow- 

gate st ; ho 5 columshill st 
Rockspring iErated Water Com- 
pany, New public Halls 
Roderkkson, A. 22 Mill st 
Rodger, Mrs, 45 Ardbeg Kd 
Rodger, Thomas, gentleman, 6 Royal 

Ter 
Ross, Ann, 10 Ladeside st 
Ross, Rev. William, ivy Bank, Bridge 

st 
Ross, Wm., painter, 20 Bridge-End st 
Rowan, Miss, 16 castle st 
Rowan, Mrs Mary, 48 Ladeside st 
Rowbotham, Miss, 11 Eri hton Tr 
Roy, Alex,, tailor, 111 High st 
Roy d Aquarium, Battery p1 
Royal Rothesay Aquatic Club 
House, skeooh wood — James 
Mc 111 wen, clubmaster 
Royal Northern Yacht Club House, 
Argyle st — W. Burton, club- 
master 

90 



Ru=sell George, draper, 7 Argyle st 
Russell, Misses, orcadia 
Russell Win.. 43 Ardbeg rd 
Rutherford, Adam, glazier, W. Prin* 

ces st 
Rutherford, Mr3 Joseph, Russell st 
Rutherford, Mrs, 84 High st 
Rutherfurd, Rev. John, m.a.jEbD, 

underwood, crichton Rd 



Savage, Christopher D., gentleman, 

M untstuart Road 
Scrim ner, Jas, 11 Argyle Ter 
Scott, Isaac, china dealer, 30 Mon- 
tague st 
Scott, James, crichton Road 
Scott, Jas., 6 Columshill st 
Scott, Mrs John, 55 Montague st 
Scott, Matth., farmer, stewarthall 
Scott Matthew, glazier, 4 Hdlhouse 

rd 
Scott, Miss Eliz., 24 Watergate st 
Scott, Mrs, 11 Ardbeg Rd 
Scott, Jame3, Barbreck vil a, crich- 
ton Rd 
Scoular, Miss M., 2 Ro?ehill Bldgns, 
Scullion, William, 5 Bridge st 
Sellars, Euphemia, Bridge st 
Sellars, Mrs Janet, 18 Argyle st 
Service, Alex. S., Barone fid 
Service, Mrs Margaret, florist, 69 

victoria st ; ho Earone Rd 
Shand, Joseph, coach-painter, Hill- 
house Rd ; ho. Argyle Tr 
Sharp, Geo., Ardmory Road 
Sharp, Hugh, grocer, 22 High st; ho 

15 Bridge-End st 
Sharp, J. C, draper, 29 Montague st; 

ho 6 Battery pi 
Sharp, Mrs Eliz., 15 Argyle st 
Sharp, Mrs James, 23 Bridge st 
Sharp, Mrs Margaret, 147 High st 
Sharp, Robert, gentleman, Maryfield, 

Mountstuart Rd 
Shaw, Dnl., blacksmith, 36 Bridge St 
Shaw, Jchn, carter, 42 i.a Uside st 
Shaw, Miss, 18 columshill st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Shaw, Mrs Daniel, union st 
Shaw, Mrs Neil, staffa pi 
d! Shaw, William, 5 ciaigmore 
I Shearer, Mis, 74 Montague sfc : ho. 

Gallowgate 
I Shearer, mis Robeit, 27 High st 
I Sherriff, Miss Mary, 1 Argjle Ter 
I Shields, Geo., gardener, Meadowcap- 
! Shields, Kobb., shopman, 13 Gallow- 

gate 
I Silver Andrew Y., 83 victoria st 
I Simpson Jame>, 70 High St 
I Simpson, Hugh,faimer, Ligh Eogany 
Simpson, Mrs Charles, grocer, 7 High 
st j ho 24 castle st 
j Simpson, Thomas, sen., carter and 

cariiage hirer, 12 Argyle st 
I Simpson, James, labourer,7U High st 
P Sinclair, James C, gas manager, 1 

Ladeside st 
: Sinclair, Dugald, flesher, 103 High st 
; Sim, John, boatman, 105 High st 
, Sim, William, 105 High st 
. Skimming, Mrs Robert, 4 King st 
i Slaven. Henry, fishmonger, watergt 

ho 20 W. Princes st 
J Slaven, James, labourer, store Lane 
I Slaven, John, slat. r and chimney 
sweeper, 6 castle st 
Small, Miss, 8 Brighton Tr 
Smith, Alex., coal merchant, 17 

castle si: 
Smith, Alexander, mason,2 Bishop Tr 

Br 
Smith, Duncan, labourer, staffa p1 
Smith, James baker, 69 Montague st; 
ho 15 Bri Ige st 
I Smith, Mrs Jame^, 17 Montague st 
| Smith, John, fishmonger, 4 Albert f1 
Smith Abx., 17 cast e st 
Smith f Andrew, upholsterer, &c, 

Literary Hall 
Smith, John, joiner, 11 Bishop st 
Smith, John M., spirit-dealer, 1 Mon- 
tague st : ho 7 w. princes st 
Smith, Margaret, 3 Minister's Br 
Smith, Mrs, west castle st 
Smith Mrs, 43 Ardbeg rd 
Smith, Rev George J., soman catho- 
lic priest, 1 columsh.ll st 
Smith Root., Bute Arms Hotel, Guild- 
ford square 



Smith, Robert, shoemaker, 6 Albert 

Pi 
Somervil ? e, Mr", 77 victoria st 
Somerville, George, spirit-dealer, 

chapelhill Rd 

Spa 1 ding, Colin, Bla'r Mount 

Speirs, Miss, Ferguson pi 

Speirs, Mrs, per_uson pi 

S pence, Mrs George, 35 Montague st 

Spence, Hallidav, painter, 10 King st 

Spen e, John, slater, Stuart st ; ho 

52 Moot? gue so 
Spiingett Thomas, general dealer, 

Montague st 
Sproul, John, joiner, 10 Ardbeg Bd 
Squair, F,H. bu cher, 5 Gallowgate ; 

house sea bank buildings 
Squires, coa^tguardman. sea bank bd 
Stalk, Joan, p i nc r, 17 Gallowgate 

house Gowan6eId fl 

Steven-on, J A. W., barber, 90 

Montague st 
Stewait, Miss Abigail, Marine pi 
Stewart, Alexander, van-driver, 18 

Bi.-hop st 
Stewart, Ear' a^a, Marine Pi 
Stewart, Catherine, Marine p1 
Stevart, Davi I, stevedore, 56 High 
St j wart, Kbenezer, cork-cutter, 117 

Montague st ; ho 2 Argyle p1 
Stewart, A, & G,, farmers, Little 

Barone 
Stewart Institute, Montague st 
Stewart, James, painter (of W. & J. 

Stewart), w. prince3 st ; Wind- 
sor pi 
Stewart, John craig, grocer, 17 High 

st ; ho Bar ne villa 
Stewart, Miss, Ardbeg 
Stewa t ; Miss, 2 e. princes st 
Stewart, Miss Agnes, 2 e. princes st 
Stewart, Miss, Lily >ak Ter 
Stewart, Mi-^s. Margt., 75 Ardbeaf 
Stewart Miss Mary, 22 Eattery pi 
Stewart, Miss Sarah, 22 Battery pi 
Scewa-t Mrs, 41 Ar ryle st 
Stewa t, Mrs, 36 Bish p ?t 
Stewa-t,Pete*,agent,clydesdaleBaak, 

Guildford sq 



91 



Parish of 



Householders. 



J?of/iesav. 



Stewart, R. B., contractor Ardbeg R 
Stewart, S. Mary, Marine pi 
Stewart, "William, painter (of W. & J 

Stewart), Serpent ne ltd 
St§war^ & Co., Feed merchants, vie- 

toria Hall luiLlings, store Ln 
Stewart, William, engineer, 4 Albert 

Pi 
Stewart, Robt., Grosvenor Lodge, 

crichton ltd 
Stirling, Mrs Alexander, 54 raleside 
Stir ton, James, joiner, 11 Albert p1 
Stoddart, Alex., mechanic, 25 Bishop 

st 
Stout, Mrs, 35 Bridge st 
Stuart, John Windsor, fact r, Bute 

Estate ; office, 43 High st ; ho 

crichton Rd 
Stuart, Mrs Henry, Montford 
Sutherland, Mrs, wyndham mad 
Summers, Mrs, 35 Argyle Ter 
Swan Ma'thew, Ballochgoy 
Swan, Walter, wood-merchaut, Ba- 

rone Bd 
Swanston,Arthur, grocer, 26 w. prin- 
ces st ; ho Mountpleasant Rd 
Sweenie, Jas., shoemaker, Montague 

st 



T 



Tait, Isa., 41 Ardbeg 
Taylor, Daniel M., wine-merchant, 4 
& 6 Tower st ; ho Eagle ^ham 

Taylor, George, boatman, 46 High st 
Taylor, James, rope-spinner, 17 Rus- 
sell tt 
Taylor, James, flesh°r, 2 Bridge st 
Taylor, James, gentleman, 13 Bishop 

st 
Taylor, Mrs C., 17 Gallowgate st 
Taylor, Mrs Eliz., Albany Ter 
Taylor, Mrs, Joan, 7 Mill st 
Taylor .tiobL., flesher, 5 Gallow- 
gate st ; ho 8 Bridge st 

92 



Taylor, Robt., gentleman, 16 Craig* 

more Rd 
Taylor, Thos., Gowanfield pi 
Telfer, Wrr* John, serpentine Rd 
Thompson, D , bootmaker, 55 

victoria st ; ho 7 Tower st 
Thompson, Hugh, postman, 11 Ar* 

gyle st 
Thomson, Rev, John, Hawkestone 
__ ledge, Ascog. 
Thompson, Jas., bootmaker, 94 

Montague st ; ho columshill pi 
Thompson, Thomas, gentleman, Ba- 

rone Rd 
Thomson, Daniel, 8 Montague st 
'1 horns; n, Geo., writ % 4 Albert pi 
Thomsun, Hugh, cabinetmaker, 84 

Montague st 
Thomson, Isa. 10 Montague st 
Thomson, Isabella, 18 Mountstuart : 
Tnomson, James, 19 craigmore Rd 
Thomson, J.R., architect, 5 Higl 

st ; ho Fairmont, Argyle Ter 
Thomson, Ivlargt., 29 Ardbeg 
Thomson, Miss, bootmaker, 10 Mon- 

ague st 
Thomson, Misa Christina, 10 co* 

lumshili st 
Thomsun, Misses Elizabeth, Margaret 

and Mary Ann, 29 Ardbeg 
Thomson, Peter, seaman, 62 High st 
Thomson, Robert Burns, Mount- 
pleasant Rd 
Thomson, Win., draper, 13 Mon 

tague st 

Thom-on, William, joiner,19 Mill st* 
Thomson, Thos., ironmonger, Mon- 
tague st 

Thorburn, John, fisherman, Roslin P 

Thorburn, Mrs John, sen., 25 Mount 
pleasant Rd 

Thorburn, Thomas, Roslin pi 

Thoburn, I William, fishmerchant 
Gallowgate. 

Towart, Alex., 20 Watergate st 

Turnbull, Mrs And., grocer, 62 High 
st 

Turnbull, David plumber, 66 Mon- 
tague st 

Turnbull,Matth., gentleman, 39 Ard« 
bes 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



Turnbull, Miss, Foirest vil, crichton 

Bd 
Turnbull, Miss Mary, 40 Ardbeg 
Turnbull, Mrs, 27 Ardbeg 
Turner, Archibald, pier-master, bq- 

gany 
Turner, Archd., seaman, 8 Colums- 
hill Street 
: Turner, Colin B., purveyer, Fauld 

Tiees, ciichton Bd 
i Turner, Jae. B., wine-mercbant, Al- 
bany Ter 
• Turner, John, innkeeper, Argyle 

Arms Hotel, 27 Watergate st 
j Turner, Mrs Edward, 107 High £t 
I Turner, Robt. cowfeeder, 161 Highs 



U 



Urie & McLean, joiners, Bridge 25 

Urie, Matthew, joiner, (of Urie & 
McLean;, Gowanfield pi 



Vallance, Misses, 10 Boyal Tr 
yallance, Peter, superintendent of 

insurance agents, Laverock villa 
Volunteers, Artillery and Rifles 

drill hall, crof c Lane, High st 



W 



Wace, James, labourer, 44 Mill st 
*| Waddell, Lliz., 21 Bussell st 
; Walker, John, milkman, Mill street 
Walker, Archibald, blacksmith, Mil 
$ st ; ho 8 columshill pi 

Walker,Duncan, carter, 2 cplumshill 

Pi 
Walker, James A., grocer, 2 Bridge- 
End st, and 6 E. princes st ; ho 
22 Argyle st 



Walker, John, engineer, 34 Mill st 
Walker, Mrs James, spir t-uealer, 3 

E. princes et ; ho 9 Bishop st 
Walker, Mrs Lliz., 27 B idte-End at 
Wallker, Mrs Mary, Hillhou*e ad 
Walker, Richard, 26 columshill st 
Walker, 5 craigmore Ed 

Wallace, David,manufacturer,Maiin© 

Pi 
Wallace, Mrs, Eden place 
Wallace, Jas., carriage-hirer, wind* 

sor pi 
Wallace, Mrs Ann, 30 Bridge st 
Ward, Ed., saddler, 24 castleliill St 
Ward, Daniel, Ardbeg Bpad 
Wardrop, Tuts., grocer, 23 Gallow- 

gate 
Waters, Mathew, superintendent of 

police, 33 High st 
Watson, Lan., blacksmith, 11 castle 

st 
Watson, Mrs Elizabeth, 25 Montague 
Watson, Robt., agent for David 

Macbrayne's steamers, Quay ; ho 

32 Argyle fet 
Watson, Robert, gentleman, High 

craigmo:e 
Wat-on, William, mechanic, 38 co- 
lumshill tt 

Waugh, Mrs James, s«sn.,27 Battery P 
Webster, John, 1 Mount Stuart Bd 
Webster,John, shoemaker, 4 colums? 

hill st 
Webster, Mrs Mary, 65 Ardbeg 
Webster, Albany Ter 
Weir, Dugald, shoemaker,71 Monta- 
gue st ; ho 38 Eruige st 
Weir, Dugald, steward, 27 Bishop st 
Weir,Duncan, labourer, 149 Highst 
Weir, Hugh, seaman, 36 Bishop st 
Weir, Malcolm, ironmonger,65 Mon- 
tague st 
Weir, Margaret, 2 Bridge st 
Weldon, Rev. Canon R. Gascoigne, 
Episcopal clergjman, 6 Bishop Tr 
Welsh, Mrs Margaret, 7 Boyal Ter 
W T ebh, Thos., Mill &t 
White, Alexander,boatman, 89JHigh 
White, James, engineer, 11 E. princes 
st 

93 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Rothesay. 



White, Mi^s Helen, Hawthorn Paik, 

Argyle f1 
White, Mrs, 24 Watergate st 
White, Mrs Cathe ine Bishop st 
White, Robeit, shoemaker, 44 Mon- 
tague st ; ho 17 B'shop st 
Whiteford,Robeit, hedger, bu h 
Whyte, Jessie, confectioner, Dean- 
wood p1 
Wilkie,Duncan, seaman, 10 colums- 

h:ll st 
Wilkie, Mrs Hugh, 9 castle st 
Williamson, A lex. .steam boat-owner, 

Bock villa, Ar. beg 
Williamson Miss, 23 Bishop Terrace 

Brae 
Williamson, Miss Ann, 5 craigmore E 
Wilson, Annie, 10 Bat ery place 
Wilson, IS'eil, gardener, nigh st 
Wilson, David, accountant^ 63 High 

st 
Wilson, John, blacksmith, Montague 

st 
Wilson, John T., writer, &town 
clerk, 3 castle st ; cleik of sup- 
ply, 35 High st ; ho undercldf, 
craigmore 
Wilson, E, John, rigger, 67 Ardbeg 
Wilson Jas., 18 Argyle st 
Wilson John, 80 High st 
"Wilson, Mrs Jos-, spirit-dealer, 20 

Gallowgate ; ho 11 ErMge st 
Wilson,Mrs 66 Montague street 
Wilson, Mrs, 42 Bishop st 
Wilson, Mis Hugh, 24 Bridge st 
Wilson, Mrs Margt., 31 Argyle st 
Wilson, Mrs Mary, chapelhill House, 
Wilson, Mrs, Mary, 14 Eridge st 
Wilson, Peter, blacksmith, 19 Highs 
Wilson, mis William, croft lodge 
Wilson, Wffl., tailor, 12 W. Princes 

st 
Wilson, William A., printer, Bute r nan 
office, 10 castle st ; ho 34 
Mountpleasant Rd 



Wilson, Wm.,Auld writer, 3 castle st 

Wilson, Rt., law-clerk, Town-'.jlerk's 
office, 3 castle st. bo Barone Rd 

Wilson Robert, painter, 3 stuart 
st 

Wilsons, & Co., fruit-growers, 17 vic- 
toria st ; Nurseries, Eden p1 

Wiseman, Mrs, S9 Montague St 

Wish art, John, 1 stuart st 

Wood, James, carver and gilder w. 
princts st; ho 4 Mountpleasant 
Rd 

Wood, John, slater, 11 f. princes st 

Woods, Mrs Mary, 17 Bridge-End st 

Wiight, Misses, 8 Elysium 

Wright, Mrs Alexander, draper, 8? 
Montague st ; ho 71 victoria st 

Wright, Mrs Eobeit, 4 King st 

Wright, J., 9 wimbleton 

Wyatt George, shopman, 4 Mill st 

Wyllie, Adam J., 22 Mill st 

Wyllie, Mrs Margaret, 18 Argyle st 



Yates, Joseph, imperial restaurant* 

Montague st ; ho 12 Eridge sC 
Yates, Miss, eatinghouse-keeper, lOd 

Montague st 
Yell, Peter, seaman, 18 Argyle st 
Young, Miss Grace, 104 Montague st 
Young, Miss, 13 columshill st 
Young, Miss, 6 Hillhouse Rd 
Young, Miss Marion, Earone Rd 
Young, Mrs Euphemia, 16 Ardbeg 
Young, Robt., mascn, 84 High st 
Yuill, Isabella, 70 High st 
Yuile, And., photographer, 9 via 
toria &t 




'HIGGIEk MAP of ROTHESAY. 



1 -1.1 . .-* 



PARISH OF 

NORTH BUTE 



(PORT-BANNATYNE.) 



Adam, Mrs E. C, Ardentigh 
Alexander, James, Front st. 



B 



Bannatyne, Peter, Iona p! 

Baird, Arthur, gold-dealer, Karnes Bk 

Barr, John, grocer, Front st 

Barr, Mrs Janet, Eskechraggan 

Barr, Thomas, farmer, Eskechreggan 

Baird, David, shoemaker, Quay st 

Bell, Margaret, Front st 

Black, Hugh, omnibus-driver, Front 

st 
Brodie, Jame3, baker, Front st 
Brown, Archibali, fisherman, shore 

st 
Brown, Duncan, shore st 
Brown, James, ship-master,Kingston 

Pi 
Bown, HiB3 Elizabeth ulva p1 
Brrown, Miss Margaret, shore st 
Brown, Mrs Robert, Back st 
Brownlie. William, commissionagent, 

victoria pi 
Bruce, Alexander, fisherman, Ipna pi 
Bruce, George, fisherman, shofd st 
Bj»uce, George sa£uiQn-figb.er,vjotoria 

Pi 
Buchanan, James, Ardgowan villa 
Buchanan, Mrs Francis, spirit-dealer, 

Lamont's Land 

Buckingham. Pe$er, Front st 



97 



C 



Campbell, Mrs Annie, pier Terrace 

Cameron, John L., straad 

Campbell, Mrs Margaret, victoria Pi 

Campbell, Neil, Back st 

Camerou, Miss, the Ferry, Kilmich- 
ael 

Cars well, Thomas, farmer, East st 
colmac 

Clerihew, Mrs Mary, Tigh-an-Traiga 

Clydesdale, Miss Christina, iona Pi 

Cockbu n Mrs, victoria pi 

Connel, James, fa mer, Glenmore 

Corkindale, Duncan, baker, Kingston 
Pi 

Craighead, Miss Margaret, teaches, 
Kiugston pi 

Crawfor- 1 , David, farmer, 

Crawford, Mrs Catherine, crown Ho- 
tel, Front st 

Crawford, William, farme-. Acholter 

Currie, John, ma>on, iona el 

Currie, Robt., spir-t-merchan 1 :, Front 
st 

Currie, Jean, Back st 

D 

Dallas, Walter, gardener, Kingston pL 
Davidson, Thomas, Kingston pi 
Dewar, Rev. Peter, the Manse 
Dickie, Mrs Agnes, farmer,cranslag- 

youijfcy 
Douglas, Mrs Betsy, victoria p1 
Duncan, James, Bannatyne Mains 
Duncan, James, teacher, Ballanlay 
Duncan, James and John, farmers, 

Bhubodach 
Duncan, Mrs Mary, shaluut 



Parish of 



Householders 



North Bute. 



F 



Ferguson, Daniel, fisherman, Back sfc 
Ferguson, Duncan, fisherman, shore 

St 
Ferguson, Miss Margaret, Quay st 
FerguB^n, Mrs Elizabeth, Back st 
Fergugon, Neil, farm servant,shalunt 

Fisher, Mrs Jane, Victoria pi 
Fletcher, Thomas, Sardinia pi 
Fraser, Miss Isabella, Sardinia pi 
Fyfe, James G., boatbuilder, Yard, 
Ardmaleish 



Gilchrist, William, m,d., r?a Park 
Gray, An'rew, joiner, Sardinia p! 
Gray, James, sculptor, victoria ?1 
Gray, ardlamont villa. 
Guthrie, Agnes, victoria pi 



H 

Halliday, Duncan, grocer, shore st 
Halliday, Cath line, shorcst 
Halliday, Herbert, joiner.cartwright 
and | sawmiller, Back st and 
Karnes sawmill 
Halliday, John, sto e U Id Bank 
Hamilton, mis 0., Karnes cottage 
Hamilton, Robert, S afield 
Henderson, Alexander, victoria pi 
Hill, James, fisherman, Back st 
Hogarth, James, Front st 
Eo b aith, James, fisl e.man, st Ion- 
ian's loint 
Hogarth, John, fisherman, st Nin- 

iau's point 
Hunter, James, pier-n aster, victoria 

pi 
Hunter, William, farmer, upper Et- 

tr ck 
Hunter, Jas , jr., Pierhead tr. 



Hyndman, Alex., publican, straad 
Hyndman, Edward, fisherman, vio 

toria pi 
Hyndman, James, Eack st 
Hyndman, Peter, straal 
Hyndman, Sarah, Back st 



Johnston, William, farmer, west 
colmac 



Lamont, Archibald, Kamesburgh ins 
Lamont, Archil: aid, farmer, stuck 
Lament, Colin, flesher, Frcnt st 
Lamont, John, farmer, Lenniehall 
Lamont, John, fisherman, Quay st 
Lamont, John, merchant, Quay st 
Lamont, Maggie, grocer, Front fct 
Lamont, Miss .Ann, shore st 
Lawson, Andrew, carpenter and gro- 
cer, victoria st 
Leitch, James, yachtsman, Lome pi. 
Le tch. John, fisherman, shore st 
Loch, George, coal-merchant, oak 

rank 
Loch, Walter, victoria pi 
Logan, William, Ettrick Bank 
Lusk, James, wright, Eack st 
Lyon, Dugald, Alpine villa 
Lyon, heirs of John, farmer, Achs 

voulag 
Lyon, James, jun., farmer, Drum- 

achloy 
Lyon, Miss Rachel, Front st 



M 



Maitland, John, iona p1 

Malcolm, Archibald, fisherman, Back 

st 
Malcolm, heirs of Gilbert, farmer, 

Edinbeg and Hilton 



Parish oj 



Householders. 



North Bute. 



Malcolm, Mary, Kingston rl 
Malcolm, Mi s, superintendent, 
swan sto nl> ilL Hydropathic Es- 
tablish n.ent 
Martin, Eryce, farmer, decknabae 
Marshall, Aii.-s, Ardenlea 
Miller, Archil aid, cabman Back st 
Miller, Miss Catherine. Eack st 
Moffat, William, crawf >rd tt 
Montgomerie, William, farmer, Ach- 

enteerie 
Montgomerie, Wm., farmer shalunt 
Moodie, Catherine, Front st 
Morrison, Alexander, Lome pi 
Morrison Jol.n, farmer, t, ilton 
Morrison, Margaret, Back st 
Murdoch, William, spirit-dealer 

shore st 
Murray, Angus, fisherman, Back st 
Murray, Dugald, fisherman, lack st 
Murray, Helen, rack st 
Murray, -Tames, fisherman, shore St 
Mylne, George, Aidlamont villa 



Mac 



McAltine, Dugald, ploughman Kil- 

davannan 
McArthur, spirit-dealer, ulva p1 

McArthur, Miss Catherine, victoiia b1 
McArthur, Miss Isabella, Peir Ter 
McArthur, Peter, ploughman, straad 
McAulay, Daniel, boiler-maker, 

Front st 

McCallum, Malcolm, Alva p1 
McClure, Miss < lien, Sardinia pi 
McConechie, Jn., farmer, Largivrech- 

tan 
McCrae, Duncan, Karnes cas tie 
McCunn, James, Back st 
McCuun Mi s, Post Office, Front st 
McDonald, John, cli too villa 
McDonald, Miss Mary, Back st 
McDonald, William, shalunt 
McDougall, Duncan, Front st & Back 

st 
McFie, Robert, farmer, mchmarnock 

99 



McDougall, Ja-.et, Ea -k st 
McFa lane, Margaret, Alva pi 
McFarlan j , William, victoria p1 
McFie, Daniel, favmer,lnchmarnock 
McFie, Hugh, farmer, Eallycaul 
McFie, James, farmer, mchmarnock 
McFie, John, farmer, Eallycuriie 
McFie. Robert farmer, Lower Ettrick 
MoGee, Daniel, lack t. 
McGlashan, Jv;r3 Catherine, shore st 
McGregor, Duncan, Ettackdale 

McGregor, William, gardener, point- 
house 

Mcllraith, James, retired school 

master, Doon rank villa 
Mclntyre, Angus, Back st 
Mclntyre, David, fisherman, Quay st 
Mclntyre, James, shore st 
Mclutyie, John, Kildavannan 
Mclntyre, Miss Catherine, Back st 
Mclntyre, s;iss Mary, grocer, Eack st 
Mclntyre, Mis Margaret, Front st 

McKay, Alexander, engineer, King- 
ston f1 
McKay John, painter, Ettrick Bank 
McKechnie, Miss Mary., shore st 
McKeith, Mrs Margaret, shore St 
McKellar, Mrs Mary, straad 
McKenzie, Thomas, chapel House 
McKinnon, Dugald, fisherman, Ba -k 

st 
McKinlay, Alexander, shoemaker, 

straad 
McKinnon, Sarah, Quay st 

McLean, Charles, straad 

McLean, Hugh and Lachlan, far- 
mers, eraaslagloan 

Maclean. John T., Free church 
manse 

McLeo , Mrs, Kingston pi 

McMdlan, Mrs Alex., Lome pi 
McMJlan, Archibald, ploughman, 

thalunt 
McMorran, istber, school-mistress, 

idldavan? an 
McNab, Miss Eliza eth, victoria pE 

McNicol, Catheiine, Back st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



North Bute. 



McNicol, Helen, Front st 
McNicol, James, fisherman, Frout st 
McNicol, John, fisherman, Eack st 
McPhail, Duncan, Ballanlay 
McPhail, Mrs Catherine, KiLiavannan 
McPhail, Robert, fisherman, Back st 
McQuarrie, Archibald, Royal Hotel, 

shore st 
McRae, Robert, Front st 
McTaggart, Archibald, ploughman, 

Dunalunt 



M 



Newall, H. G. F., Kilyer House 



O 



OnvDaniel, Ardlamont villa 



Paton, Robert and James, farmers 

oreenan 
Pennycook, J. R., pointhouse. 



R 



Ritchie, John S., stockbroker, pierTr 

Robe"* son, James, joiner, Miilpark, 

G reenan 
Robertson, James, pattern designer, 

Ardenlea 
Robertson, Thomas, stonefield cot 
Rose, Captain James, Rose cottage 
Rothesay Tramway C m| any — J. 
it. Pennycook, manager ; stab- 
les, pointhousj Quarry 



S 



Sanderson, Richard, gas collector, 
Alpine villa 



Scoular, Thomas, Back st 

Shearer, Matthew, fisherman, Quay 

st 
Shields James, engineer, Burnbank 

ter 
Sim, Alex., Fern Bank cottage 
Simpson, John, farmer, south st 

colmac 
Smith, Arch., Omaha House 
Smith, Arjh., ploughman, st colmac 
Smith, Peter, blacksmith, Bttrick 
Smith, Wm., iona pi 
Stevenson, John, farmer, Kilbride 
Stevenson, Thomas, farmer, Ardma- 

leish 
Stewart, John, farmer, Balluacrach 

(upper Ardros?adale) 
Stewart, Mrs Ann, Edina villa 
Stewart, Robert, farmer, Bailie rach 

(Nether Ardroscadale) 
Swanstonhill Sanatorium Co., Ltd. — 

spiers and jack, agents 



T 

Taylor, John, engineer, victoria pi 
Taylor, Mrs A., iona p1 

Thomson, Arch, blacksmith, Back st 
Thomson, Charles, blacksmith, ulva 

Pi 
Thomson, David, carter, Back st 
Thomson, James, Hydropathic Es- 
tablishment 
Turner, Colin, carter, Back st 



W 



Wallace Annie, victoria p1 

Wallace James, tobacconist King- 
ston pi 

Wallace Alexander, gamekeeper, 
Tighantuder 

Walker, James, iona p! 



100 



Parish of 



Householders. 



North Bute. 



Watter3, James, shore st. 

Wark, MrB Mary, Front st & Back st 

Watson, John G., victoria Pi 

Weir, Malcolm, ironmonger, 

Weir, Mrs Mait'n, shore st 

Weir, Neil, Back st 

Winlaw, Miss Sarah, Ettrick Bank 

White, Peter, teacher, Eack st 

Wilson, Archibald, engineer, Back st 

Wilson, James, iona pi 



Wilson, James, contractor, port-Ban- 

natyne 
Wilson, James, quarrier, iona p! 



Yuill, William, merchant, Karnes sk 



PARISH OF 

INGARTH. 



Agnew, Peter, gardener, Ascog 



B 

Baillie, Ts., farmer, Langalbuinoch 
Bain, John, Kilchattan Bay 
Baird, Wm, Kilchattan Bay 
Baird, Wm., clerk, Kilchattan Bay 
Ballot h, Wm., St Blans's Hot.], 

Kilchattan Bay 
Bannatyne, Bryce, joiner, Kilchat- 
tan Butts 
Baker, Peter Poy, Kilchattan Bay 
Barr, Mrs Rebecca, Kerrylamont 
Barr, Wm., farmer, Keirylamont 
Bateman, Ed. L., The Hermitage, 

Ascog 
Bell, Gilb., mason, Kilchattan Bay 
Bell, Duncan, Jn., mason, Piperhall 
Bell, Duncan, sn., mason, Piperhall 
Bell, Mai,, mason, Kilchattan Mill 
Bell, Miss Jane Kilchatk.n Bay 
Bell, Mrs, E., Kilchattan Bay 
Black, John, Kerrycroy 
Black, Jos., beaver attendant, Kil- 
chattan Butt 
Baillie, Geo., flesher, Kilchattan By 
Black, Mrs Jt., East Lodge, Mount- 

stuart 
Blair, John, carter, Fast Lodge, 

Mountstuart 
Boyle, William, Piperhall 
Bruce, James, coachman, Mid- Ascog 
Buchanan, Walter, clerk, Kilchat- 
tan Bay 
Burns, Wm., blacksmith, Kilchattan 
Bay 



Eoa^, John Scott, fewar, Am 
brisb g 

But?, the Most Honourable John 
Patrick Crichtou Stuart, 3rd 

Marquess of, Balmory 

Duncan, Robert, Kilchattan Bay 

Duncan, Wm., shoemaker, Kilchat- 
tan Bay 



c 



Caldwell, David, Kilchattan Bay 
Campbell, Archibald, Pipe, hall 
Campbell, Cath., teacher, Kilchat- 
tan Bay 
Campbell, M iss, tailoress,Kilchattan 

Bay 
Campbsll, Miss M., Kilchattan Bay 
Campbell Peter, grocer and baker ; 

Kilchattan Bay 
Cochrane, James, Ashgrove, Kil- 

cha tan B iy. 
Crawford, D., Kingarth Hotel 
Cowie, John, forester, Kerrycroy 
Crawford, Robt., Little Kilchattan 
Cumming, John, joiner, Kilchattan 

Bay 
Currie Miss Cath., Gatehouse 
Currie, Miss Janet, grocer and ba- 
ker, Kilchattan Bay 
Currie, Miss -Mary, Kilchattan Bay 



D 



Dean, John, carter, Mountstuart 
Deans, Adam, rabbit catcher, Kil- 
chattan Bay 
Deen, R., Kilchattan Mill 
102 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Kinmrth. 



Duncan, Alex., farmer, Birgidale, 

Knock 
Duncan, Daniel. Kilchattan Bay 
Duncan, Hugh, farmer, Ln ngalchorad 
Duncan, James, farmer, Culevin and 

Meikle Kilchattan 
Duncan, John, seaman, Kilchattan 

Bay 
Duncan, Mrs John, Kilchattan Mill 
Duncan, Ninian, farmer, Upper 

Scoulag 



E 

Ewan, Mrs Captain, Kilchattan Bay 

Ewing, Mrs I. L. 

Eadie, Mm Agnes, Kilchattan Bay 



F 

Ferguson, Archibald, Piperhall 
Ferguson Dun., Kilchattan Butts 
Ferguson, Js., carter, Kilchattn Bay 
Ferguson, John, Ro.sina Place, Kil- 

cha'tan Bay 
Fisher, And., Kerrylamont Cottage 
Fisher, James, Kerrylamont 
Fulton, Wm., schoolmaster, Kerry- 

croy 
FairlL, Miss Agnes, Kilchattan Bay 
Fitzsymon, Hngh, Kilchattan Bay 



G 



Galbraith, John, carpenter, Kilchat- 
tan Bay 
Garvan, J., Kilchattan Bay 
Gemmell, Daniel, Kerry to alia 
Gemmell, MrsRobeit, Kilchattan 

Bay 
Gill, Hugh, tile works, Kilchattan 

Bay 
Gilmour. C. } Kilchattan Bay 
Gilmour, Thos., tilemaker, Kilchat- 
tan Bay 
Glen, Allan, Kilchatlan Bay 

103 J 



Gow J. , Ki'chattan Bay 
Gderson, Capt Wm., piermaster 
Glen, DonalJ, fLuerm ;n, Kilchattan 
Bay 



H 

Hastings, David, farmer, Plan and 

Kelspoke 
Hastings, Haddow, farmer, Plan 

and Kelspoke 
Hamilton, Js. Patr., Ascog Bank, 
Hamilton, Js., s'ater, Kitchattan By 
HeJderwick, Rt., the Retreat, Asco^ 
Hendry, George Scott, Kilchattan 

Bay 
Henn, William, Lieut., R.K, Ann's, 

Lodge 
Hendry, Wm., Kil-hattan Bay 
L-cckie, Alex , Kil ha tin Bay 
1 uff, CharLs, butler, Mid Ascocr 



Jamieson, James, boatman, Kilchat- 
tan Bay 
Jamieson, Jn., farmer, Ambrismore 
Jamieson, Robert, Kerrycroy 
Johnston, Alx., gardener, Kerrycroy 
Johnston, Wm., Lime Kiln, Kilchat- 
tan Mill 



K 



Kelso, Mrs Janet, Kilchattan Bay 
Keith, Mrs Mary, P:perhall 
Kerr, Neil, mason Kibhattan Bay 
K nnear, Mrs Kilch ttan Bay 
Kelso. Robt., boatman, Kilchattan 
Bay 



Lamont, Jas., mole-catcher, Piper- 
hall 
Lamont, Mai., farmer, Stravannan 
Linden, A, Kilchattan Mid 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Kingarth. 



Linden, James, Birgidale 
Lochhead, Mrs, Ki chat: an Bay 
Logan Js., game-watcher, Birgidale 

Butt 
Lyle, Jn., watchmaker, Kilchattan 

Bay 



M 



Mackie, J., Kilchattan Bay 
Marshall, John, ironfounder, Kil- 

chattan Bay 
Martin, Arch., farmer, Largizean 
Martin, John, fat mer, Ardnahoe 
Martin, Mrs, farmer, Kerrymenoch 
Martin, Moses, engineer, Kilchattan 

Bay 
Martin, Hu h, Kilchattan Bay 
Millar, E.E. Ki ehatt n Bay 
Morrison.Miss Chris. Kile' attan By 
Middleton, Rodden, dyke- builder, 

Pipei hall 
Morrison, Mrs Janet, Kilchattan 
Morrison, Miss Margt., Kilcha tan 

Bay 
Morrison, Jn., weaver.Kilchattan By 
Morrison, Robert, fisherman, Kil- 
chattan Bay 
Morrison, Wm., Ashgrove villa 
Muir, James, ploughman, Birgidale 

Butt 
Muir, John, builder, Kilchattan By 
Murray, James, Kilchattan Bay 
Mylne, Thos., gardener, Mid- A scog 



Mac 



M, Mister, Rt., farmer, Mid-Ascog 
MAlister, Wm., Kilchattan Bay 
Macbeth, Daniel, Ard-Ascog 
M'Callum, Jn., post-master, Ascog 
M'Callum, Dugald, boatman, Kil- 
chattan Bay 
M'Cready, Nathaniel, coachman, 

Blair Lodge, A.«cog 
M'Donald,Alex., Kilchattan Bay 

104: 



M'Donald, Don,, sawyer, Kerrycroy 
M'Donald, Miss Jane, Birgidale 
M'Dougall, Robt., farmer, Barnaldl 
McDougald Dougal, Kilchattan Bay 

M'Farlane, Alx., farmer, Drumreocb 
M'Farlane, Dan., carpenter, Mount- 

stuart 
M'Farlane, Dn., farmer, Barefield 
M'Farlane, Duncan, farmer, Kerry- 

crusach 
M'Farlane, Miss Ct., Kilchattan By 
M'Fie, Arch., carter, Kilchattan By 
M'Fie, Daniel, 1 oatman, Kilchattan 

Bay 
M'Fie, Daniel, joiner, Kingarth 
M'Fie, Ferg,, mason, Kilchattan By 
M'Fie, John, farmer, Lubas 
M'Coll, Restaura:eur, Kilchattan 

Bay 
M'Fie, Miss Mary, Kilchattan Bay 
M'iie, Mrs My., grocer, Kilchattan 

Bay 
M'Fie, Mrs John, Cosson 
M'Fie, Mrs Mary, spirit dealer* 

Kilchattan Bay 
M'Fie, Robert, gardener, Kerrycroy 

M'Gibbon, Rich. Forsyth, jeweller, 

Kilchattan Bay 
M'Gilp, Cath., Kingarth Moor 
M'Gregor, Daniel, Kilchattan Bay 
M'Intosh, Jas., Kilchattan Bay 
M'Intosh, Jn., tailor, Lilly Bank, 

Kilchattan Bay 

M'Intyre, Daniel, Kilchattan Bay 
M'Intyre, Dugald, Clevedon Road 
Mclnt) re Dougal, Kilchattan Bay 
Ml'lntyre, Mrs Alex., Ascog Mill 
M'Intyre, Stewart, foreman, East 

Lod^e, Mountstuart 
M'Intyre, Wm., grieve, Mountstuar 
M'Kay, Arch., farmer, Bruchag 
M'Kay, Misses, Ki-chattan Bay 
M'Kay, Mrs, Kilchattan Bay 
M'Kay, John, farmer, Quochag 
M'Kinlay, Dugald, farmer, Dixon's 

Dam 

M'Kinnon, Dl., carter, Mountstuart 
M'Kinnon, Mrs Marg., Kilchattan 
Bay 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Kingarth. 



M'Kirdy, Ang., shoemaker, Kilchat- 

tan Bay 
M'Millan, Arch., ploughman, Kerry - 

t nlia 
M'Millan, Miss Janet, Kilchattan 

Bay 
M'Kinlay, Miss, Kilchattan Bay 
M'Kirdy, Mrs Jane, East Lodge, 

Mountstuart 
M'Kirdy, Robert, roadman, Upper 

Scoulag 
M'Lean, Angus, farmer, Dunagoyle 
M'Lean, Hugh, farmer Upper As- 

cog 
M'Lean, John, Ascog Cottage 
M'Lean, Mrs My, , Wid., Piperhall 
M'Lellan, Mrs Dan., Kerryiroy 
M'Millan, Wm., Kilchattan Bay, 
M'Millan, Wm., jun., boatman Kil- 
chattan Bay 



O 

Orr, Mrs, Kilchattan Bay 



Perry, Alexander, Kilchattan Bay 
Fottie, Michael, Kilchattan Bay 



R 



Reid, James, Kilchattan Bay 
Reid, John, postman, Kilchattan By 
Retson, Mrs Janet, Kilchattan Bay 
Robertson, James, farmer, liirgidale 

Crieff 
Russell, Thos., Ascog House 



S 



Saunders, Rev. John, Parish Manse 
Scott, Thos., farmer, G allachan 
Shaw, Angus, Kerrycroy 



Smith, Dav. Adam, Millbank, Ascog 
Spencer, Wm., South Park, Ascog 
Sproul, Andrew, Kilchattan Bay 
Steel, Robert, foreman, Tileworks 
Stewart, Mrs A. B., Ascog Hall 
Stewart, Alex., blacksmith, Ambush 
Stewart, Dun., teacher, B.rgidale 
Stewart, James, jun., Kerrycroy 
Stewart, Wm., farmer, Kerrycroy 



Thom, Mrs Anna Maria, Millburn, 
Ascog 

Thomson, David, engineer, Kilchat- 
tan Bay 

Thomson, Win. Lawrence, school- 
master, Kingarth 

Thorburn,Dd., fisherman, Kerrycroy 

Todd, Rev. H. H. Ascog Lodge, and 
Castle Street, Edinburgh 



W 



Walker, Wm., Auchintore villa 
Wallace, Dl., rabbit-catcher, Piper- 
hall 
Waddell, David, gardener, Mid- 

Ascog 
West, Daniel, Kilchattan Bay 
Williamson, Rev.Robert, D.D., Free 

Church Manse, Ascog 
Wilson, Jn., jun., gamekeeper, East 

Lodge, Mountstuart 
Wilson, John, Millbrae, Ascog 
Wilson, Neil, gardener, Vineries, 

Ascog 
Wright, John, Kilchattan Bay 
WvlUe, Mrs, Kilchattan Bay 



Y 

Yuill, John, Gatehouse 

105 



P ARISH O F 

KILBRIDE. 



Allan, James, sen., farmer, Clauch- 

lands 
Allan, Robert, King's Cross 
Allan, William, Glencloy 
Allison, Mary's heirs, Brodick 



B 



Bannatyne, John, Lamlash hotel 
Black, Daniel, King's Cross 
Black, John, Corriegills, Brodick 
Brown, Donald, Brodick 
Brown Donald, East Mayish Brod- 
ick 
Brown, Hugh, shipmaster, Lamlash 
Brown, Miss Mary, Brodick 
Brunton, Mrs John, Woodside, Lam- 
lash 



C 



Cameron, Rev Alex., Free Church 

Manse, Strathwillian, Brodick 
Campbell, William, Come 
Cook, Arch., Corriegil's, Brodick 
Conybear, Jas., coast-guard, Lam- 
lash 
Cook John, King's Cross 
Cooper, Dr Alf., Cooper Angus, 

Whiting Bay 
Crawford, Miss Eliz., North Kis 

cadale, Whiting Bay 
Crawford, P., undcr-keeper, King a 

Cross 
Crawford, Widow James, Alma Ter. 

Brodick 



Cumming, Jn., Auchencairn, King's 
Cross 

Cumming, Neil, Clauchlands, Lam- 
lash 

Curre, Arch., Glencloy, Brodick 

Cur.ie, Don., blacksmith, Brodick 

Curre, John, Brodick 

Currie, Jn., joiner, Glencloy, Brod- 
ick 

Currie, Neil, Glencloy, Brodick 

Currie, Neil, King's Cros3 

Curre, Widow Mary, North Kis- 
cadale, Whiting Bay 



D 



Davidson, And., teacher, Lamlash 
Davidson, John, Brodick 
Davidson Robt., Brodick 
Davidsou, Rfc., Glen Rosa, Brodick 
Dewar, John, gamekeeper Brodick 
Douglas, Mrs Robert, Corrie 
Down'e, Peter, teacher, North Kia- 
cadale, WhitingBay 



E 



Evans, James TL J. R. 
Villa, Lamlash 



Wellintong 



F 



Fleck, Mrs Margt., Glencloy 
Frew, Wm., Largymore, Whiting 

Bay 
Fullarton, Ad., boat-builder, Lam- 
lash 
Fullart >n, Alex, sen., West Knowe 
Fullarton, Alex, jun., East Knowe, 
Fullarton, Alex.'s heirs, Glencloy, 
Brodick 

106 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Knoride. 



Fullarton, Archibald, Auchencairn 

Fullarton, Donald Blairbeg, Lam- 
lash 

Fullarton, Dr Neil, Lamlash 

Fullarton, Fergus, North Blairmore, 
Lamlash 

Fullarton, Janet, Brodick 

Fullarton, John, West Glencloy 
Brodick 

Fullarton John, sheriff clerk depute, 
Alma Terrace, Brodick 

Fullarton, Jn., shoemaker, Brodick 

Fullarton, Mary, ship hotel, Lam- 
lash 

Fullarton,Miss Jessie S.,Kilmichael, 
Brodick 

Fullarton, Miss Mgt., North Kisca- 
dale, Whiting Bay 

Fullarton, Mrs Ebenezer, Brodick 

Fullarton Miss, Auchranie, Brod- 
ick 

Fullarton, Thomas, Alma Terrace, 
Brodick 



G 



Gibson, Mrs Mary, Lamlash 
Gray, John, King's Cross 
Gray, Mrs Kobt., Corris 
Gray, Wm., forester, Went Glen- 
cloy, Brodick 



H 



Hamilton, Adam, shipmaster Glen- 
cloy, Brodick 
Hamilton, Alex., King's Cross 
Hamilton, Arch., King's Cross 
Hamilton, Gavin, Corrlegills, Brod- 
ick 
Hamilton, Gav., Aucrenca'rn 
Hamilton and Brandon, "William 
Alexander Louis Stephen Dou- 
glass Hamilton, 12th Duke of, 
Castle, Brodick 
Hamilton, James, South Kiscadale, 

Whiting Bay 
Hamilton, James, painter, Glencloy 
107 



Hamilton, Janet, dressmaker, Lam- 
lash 

Hamilton, John, Knockankelly 

Hamilton, Lewis, King's Cross 

Ha nilton, Pr., Knockankelly, Whit- 
ing Bay 

Hamilton, Rohert, Brodick 

Ham Iton Robt. pier mastar, Brod- 
ick 

Hamilton, Widow John, Blairbeg, 
Lamlash 

Hamilton, Wm., Largybeg, Whiting 
Bay 

Hastings, Jn., miller, Moneymore, 
Lamlash 

Hay, Wm., teacher, Corrie 

Heddle, Mss Janet, teacher, Mill- 
hill, Lamla&h 

Henry, John, Glenoloy, Brodick 

Herring, George E.'s heirs, West 
Mayish 

Hodge, Martha, Lamlash 

Hunter, Alex., joiner, Brodick 

Hunter, Mrs Eliz., Corrie 



Tnglis, John and widow, Lamlash 
Inglis, David, Glencloy 
Inglis, Mrs, Seafield, Lamlash 



Janr'eson, John A., M.D., Glencloy 
Jamieson, Mrs Mary, Altachorvie, 

Lamlash 
Jones, James, smith, Lamlash 



K 



Kennedy, Dvd., Whiting Bay hotel 
Kelso, James, fisherman, Corrie 
Kelso, James, boatman, Alma Ter., 

Brodick 
Kelso, Robt., Cerriegills, Brodick 
Kennedy, John's heirs, North Kis- 

cadae, Whiting Bay 
Kerr, Alex., South Newton 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Kilbride. 



Kerr, Duncan, Narahan 

Kerr, Einlay, Lochranza 

Kerr, Einlay, South Newton 

Kerr, James, South Newton 

Kerr, John, Corrie 

Kerr, John, King's Cross 

Kerr, Jn., Auchenca'rn, 

Kerr, Malcolm, Narahan 

Kerr, Mrs Cath., Noith Newton 

Kerr, Robert, Narahan 

Kerr, Robert, North Kiscadale, 

Whiting Bay- 
King, James, quarrier, Corrie 



Leitch, Wi'lsm Mid Kiscadale 

Whiting Bay 
Lighthouse, Holy Isle 
Livingston, Robert, Glencloy 



M 



Mair, Thomas, carter, Lamlash 
Martin, Mrs John, South Kiscadale, 

Whiting Bay 
Mathie, Janet, Letter 
Mathie, Miss Jean, Knockankelly 
Mathie, Mrs Margt., Knockankelly 
Millar, Miss, Mid-Kiscadale, Whit- 
ing Bay 
Miller, Miss Mary, Brodick 
Miller, Mrs Elk., Mid Kiscadale, 

Whiting Bay 
Miller, Thomas, Mid Kiscadale, 

Whiting Bay 
Miller, Win., Largymeanach, Whit- 
ing Bay 
Montgomerie, Jas.^ joiner, Lam- 
lash 
Morrison Mrs, Corrie Hotel 
Mouatt, Wm. Carding Mill Brodick 
Mathie, Chas., shoemaker, Lamlash 
Mathie, Geo., tiilor, Lamlash 
Murray, Patrick, factor, Stiabane, 
Brodick 



Mac 



McAlister, Alex., Alma Ter. Brod - 

ick 
McAlister, Alex., South Newton 

McAlister, Donald, North, Mid, & 
South San nox 

McAlister, Neil, Corrie 

McAllister, Angus, Blairbeg, Lam- 
lash 

McAlpine, Donald, East and West 
Cocks 

McAslan, David, West Glencloy, 
Brodick 

McBride, John, West Glencloy, 
Bro iick 

McBride, John, Oakbank,Lamlash 

McBride, Miss Eliz. Cordon, Lam- 
lash 

McBride, Miss Jane, Boneen, Lam- 
lash 

McBride, Thomas, South Kiscadale 
Whiting Bay 

McBride, Widow Jn's. heirs, Corrie, 
gills, Brodick 

McCarfrae, Mrs Jane, Glenshirraig 

McDonald Peter, hotel keeper, 

Douglas Hotel, Brodick 
M'Dougall, Rev Allan, Mid-Sannox 

McGilp, Alex., Corrie 
McGill, James Campbell, joiner, 
Knockankelly, King's Cross 

Mclntyre, Mrs, Cordon, Lamlash 
Macintosh, James, agent, Bank of 
Scotland, Lamlash 

McKay,Malcolm,under gamekeeper, 
L< chranza 

McKellar, Mrs Duncan, Blairbeg, 
Lamlash 

McKelvie, Alex., Mid Kiscadale, 
Wh'ting Bay 

McKelvie, Angus, Corriegills, Brod- 
ick 

McKelvie, A., Largymore, Whit- 
ing Eay 

McKelvie, Donald, King's Cross 
108 



Parish of 



Householders. 



jvilbride. 



McKelvie, John, Corrie 

McKelvie, John, Largymore, Whit- 
ing Bay 

McKelvie John, Mid Kiscadale, 
Whiting Bay 

MeKelvie, Wm., shoemaker, Lam- 
lsh 

McKelvie, Mrs Donald, Lamlaah 

McKelvie, Neil, Auchencairn 

McKelvie, Ne'l, Corrie 

McKelvie, Robert, Mid Kiscadale, 
Whiting Bay 

McKend^, Arch., jun., King's Cross 
McKenzie Donald, Knowe, King's 

Cross 
McKenzie, Hugh, G-lencloy 
McKenzie, Jn., Auchencairn King's 

Cross 
McKenzie John, King's Cross 
McKenzie, Jn., shipmaster, Lanark 

Villa, Lamlash 
McKenzie, Robt., King's Cross 

McKillop, James, Brodick 

McKinnon, Alex's, heirs, Strath- 
whillan Brodick 

McKinnon, Charles, Glencloy 

McKinnon, James, Knockankelly 

McKinnon, John, West Glencloy, 
Brodick 

McKinnon, Jehn, Brodick 

McKinnon, Miss, Alma Ter., Brod- 
ick 

McKinnon, Mrs Mary, Corrie 

McLean, Bev Malcolm, bd, Mossend, 
Brodick 

McMillan, Angus' heirs, South New- 
ton 
McMillan, Ax., Auchencairn 
McMillan,Andrew,Woodhead, Lam- 

sh 
McMillan, Arch., Knockankelly 
McMillan, Arch., North Kiscadale, 

Whting Bay 
McMillan, Arch., Lochranza 
McMillan, Duncan, Ballarie, Loch- 
ranza 
McMillan, Hn. ( Auchencairn 
M'cMillan Jn., Auchencairn 

109 



McMillan, John, Lochranza 
McMillan, Neil, South Newton, and 

Lochran/.a Hotel 
McMillan, Mrs Alexander, Corrie 
McMillan, Wm., Cordon, Lamlash 
McNeish, Mrs, Lily Bank, Lamalsh 
McNeish, Mrs, Cordon, Lamlash 
McNeish, Mrs Janet, Post Office 

Lamlash 
McNeish, Thomas, baker, post- 
master, &c, Lamlash, 
McNicol, Arch., Seaview, Lamlash 
McNicol, Mrs, Gorton Alister, Lam- 
lash 
McNicol, Isa., Alma Ter., Brodick 
McNicol, Misses Largymore, Whit* 

ing Bay 
McNicol, Nicol, dyer, Carding Mill, 
Lamlash 



N 



Nairn, Robert's heirs, Corrie 
Nicol, Arch., Largybeg, Whiting 

Bay 
Nicol, Miss Margt., Largybeg Whit- 
ing Bay 



Paterson, Adam, Sllverbank, Whit- 
ing Bay 



R 



Ramsay, Allan, Larybeg, Whiting 

Bay 
Reid J., overseer of roads, Lamlash 
Reid, Thomas, teacher, Brodick 
Ribbeck, Ernest, Post Office,Brodick 
Ribbeck, Henry, saddler, Brodick 
Robertson, Alez., tailor, Lamlash 
Robertson, Mrs James, Lamlash 
Robertson, Daniel, Gorton Alister, 

Lamlash 
Robertson, Rev. Peter, manse, Lam- 
lash 



Parish q, 



Householders. 



Kilbride. 



S 

Sillars, Alex., Brodick 

Sillars, Janet, Temperance Hotel, 

Lamlash 
Sillars, John, jun., Glencloy 
Sillars, John, sen., Glencloy 
Shaw, Arch., pierir alter, Lamlash 
Shaw, Eobert, Blairmore, Lamlash 
Shaw, Neil's he'rs, North Kiscadale, 

Whiting Bay 
Shaw, Robt., carter, Glencloy 
Sinclair, Alex., West Glencloy, Brod- 
ick 
Smith, George, garlener, Lamlash 
Smith, James, Cordon, Lamlash 
Stevenson, Miss, Brodick 
Stewart, Arch., joiner, Lamlash 
Stewart, Mrs, North Kisacadale, 

Whiting Bay 
Stewart, Jn., Mid Kiscadale, Whit- 
Bay 
Stewart, Mrs Alex., Lamlash 
Stewart, Rev Angus, F\ C. Manse, 

Whiting Bay 
Stewart, Thos., shipmaster, Knock- 
enkelly 

Rtp.VfTiar»n Mice J^e^Ch&V "RrprMfk 



Stirling, John, jun. Lamlash 
Stoddarfc, Mrs Mary, Strathwhillan, 

Brodick 
Sweet, John B., accountant, Bank, 

Lamlash 



T 



Taylor, Rev Duncan, Brodick 

Thomson, Alex., dyker, Cordon, 
Lamlash 

Thomson, Flora, Largybeg, Whit- 
ing Bay 

Thomson, John R., inspector, of 
Poor, Lamlash 

Tod, Jas., farmer, Glenkill, Lamlash 



W 



Wallace, John, butcher and farmer* 

Whiting Bay 
Watson, Adam, Corrie 
Watson, George, Corrie 
Watson, Malcolm, Lochranza 
Watson, John, farmer, Glencloy 
Wooley, Alex., jun., baker, Brodick 






PARISH OF 

ILMORY 



Allan, James, jun., Balnacoole, Shis- 
kan, Erodick 



B 



Baird, Andrew, Tormore, Shiskan, 

Bannatyne, Alexander, North Feor- 
line, Shiskan 

Bannatyne, Daniel, North Feorline, 
Shiskan 

Bannatyne, Ann, North Feorline, 
Shiskan 

Bannatyne, Donald, Toimore Shis- 
kan, 

Bannatyne, Ebenezer, North Feor- 
line, Skiskan 

Bannatyne, John, Drimghinar, Shis- 
kan, 

Bannatyne, Neil, North Fecrline, 
Shiskan 

Bannatyne, Widow Mary Drim- 
gliinar, Shiskan 

Black, 1 ev. Duncan, Manse, Kil- 
mory 

Black, Robert, Corriecravie 

Bigg am, Donald, Orinbeg, 

Boa, Walter, Dipping 

Brodie, John, Penriocb, 

Brown, Duncan, Craw 

Erown, Duncan, Mid Thundergay 

Brown, James, Craw 

Brown, John, farmer, Shedog, Shis- 
kan 

Brown, Mrs James, Slidderie 

Erown, Neil, carpenter, Orinbeg 



C 



Cameron, Miss Flora I., Penrioch 
Clark, Neil, smith, Urinbeg, Loch- 
ranza 
Cook, A., teacler, Slidderie 
Cook, Arch., West Bennan 
Cook, Charles, Slidderie Moor 
Cook, Edward, Bally meanoch 
Cook, Daniel, Slicldeiie 
Cook, Donald, Bennicarrigan 
Cook, Donald's heirs, Cloined 
Cook, Duncan, Corriecravie 
Cook, Finlay, jun., Cloined 
Cook, John, Cloined 
Cook, John, Diimlabara 
Cook, John, West Bennan 
Cook, John's heirs, Slidderie 
Cook, Miss Mary, South Feorline 
Cook, Mzs, Auchenhew 
Cook, Neil, Torylinn 
Cook, Robert's heirs, Cloined 
Cook, Widow Archibald's heiri^ 

Cloined 
Cook, Widow John, jun., Cloined 
Cook, Widow My., North Feorlin?. 

Shiskan 
Cook, William, Cloined 
Craig, Alex., Kilpatrick, Shiskan 
Craig, John, Dougarle, Shiskan 
Craig, John, Machrie, Shiskan 
Crawford, Donald, Coilamore 
Crawfcrd, Donald jun., Olachaig 
Crawford, Mrs Ann, West Bennai 
Crawford, RoLt., Glen Scorradale 
Crawford, Widow Mary, West Be: 

nan 
Cumming, Arch., Dipping 
Cumming, Duncan, Dipping 
Cumming, James, Dipping 
Cumming, William, Dipping 
Currie, Alex., Bennicarrigan 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Kilmory. 



Currie, Donald, Whitefarland 
Currie, Jas., Druraadoon, Shiskan 
Currie, James, West Bennan 
Currie, John, Tormore, Shiskan 
Currie, John jun., South Feorlin 

Shiskan 
Carrie, John, sen., Mid Thunder- 

gay 

Currie, Miss Margt., Clauchag 
Currie, Neil, Mid Thundergay 
Currie, Peter, Glenloig, Shiskan 
Currie, Peter, Shedog, Shiskan 
Currie, Robert, Mid Thundergay 
Currie, Ronald, Tormore, Shiskan 
Currie, Widow John, Tormore, Shis- 
kan 
Currie, Wm., Ballygowan, Shiskan 
Currie, William's heirs, Torbeg, 
Shiskan 



D 



Dewar, Jas., hotel-keeper and farm- 
er, Torrylin, Lagg 
Downie, John, High Kilmory 
Downie, Donald, Corriecravie 
Downie, Neil, teacher, Auchagallan, 
Shiskan 



F 



Ferns, Jn., coast-guard, Pladda 
Ferguson, Daniel, Torbeg, Shiskan 
Ferguson, Isabella, West Bennan 
Ferguson, James, sm'th, Slidderie 
Ferguson, Miss Mary, West Bennan 
Ferguson, Peter, Levencorrach 
Ferguson, Wm., West Bennan 
Fullarton, Miss Jane S., Whitefar- 
land 



G 



Greig, James's heirs, Pien, Shiskan 
Greig, John, Penrioch, Pirnmall 



H 



Hamilton, Alex., Kildonan 
Hamilton, James, Ballymeanach 
Hamilton, John, farmer, Drimlabara 
Hamilton, Malcolm, Balgown, Shis- 
kan 
Hamilton, Jas., Durnaneach, Shis- 
kan 
Henderson, Donald, Torbeg, Shiskan 
Henderson, Mrs Mary, Clauchag 
Henderson, Widow Cath., Slidderie 
Hendry, Root., Penrioch Shiskan 
Hunter, Arch., Levencorrach 
Hunter, Donald, West Bennan 
Hyndman, Jame3, North Feorline 
Shiskan 



Jamieson, Jas., inn-keeper, Kildonan 



K 



Kelso, Finlay, North Thundergay 
Kelso, Finlay, Orinbeg 
Kelso, Widow Janet, Orinbeg 
Kennedy, Chas., Pien, Shiskan 
Kerr, Alex., North Thundergay 
Kerr, Charles's heirs, Whitefarland 
Kerr, Daniel, Penrioch, Shiskan 
Kerr, Daniel's heirs, Ballykine, Shis- 
kan 
Kerr, David, Catacol 
Kerr, Duncan, labourer, Dougarie 
Kerr, Finlay, Killimore 
Kerr, James's, heirs, Penrioch 
Kerr, John, Margnaheglish, Loch- 
ranza 
Kerr, Jn., North Penrioch 
Kerr, Robt., Mid-Thundergay 
Kerr, Robt , postmaster, Urinbeg 
Kerr, Robt., shipmaster, Margnahe- 

lsih, Lochranza 
Kerr or Stein, Mrs Isa., < )rinbeg 
Kerr Widow Cath., Oirnbeg 
Kerr, Charles Auchencairn 
Kerr, Donald, Corrie 
112 






Parish of 



Householders. 



Kilmory. 



Leitch, Cath., Slidderie 

Limpny, Richard, coastguard, PI *dda 

Lighthouse, Pladda Island 



M 



Mathie, James, Corriecravie 

Miller, Alex., MargnaheglLh, Loch- 
ranza 

Miller, John, Drhnlibara 

Millar, John, Marginess 

Miller, Peter, Dipping 

Miller, Mrs Isa., Aucherhew 

Morrison, D.S., m.b., etc., Torbeg 

Morton, John, farmer,. Machrle, 
Shiskan 

Murchy, Alexander, Auchenhew 

Murchy, Archibald, jun., Shen- 
nochie 

Murchy, Archibald, jun., White- 
farland 

Murchy, Archibald, sen., Shen- 
nochie 

Mnrchy, Donald, Kilpatrick, Shis- 
kan 

Murchy, Eben., boatman, North 
Feorline, Shiskan 

Murchy, Finlay, Whitefarland, Cat- 
acol 

Murchy, John, Kilbride, Bennan 

Murchy, John, Clauchag 

Murchy, Peter, Auchagallan, Shis- 
kan 

Murchy, Widow Janet, Kilpatrick, 
Shiskan 

Murchy,Finlay's heirs Whitefarland, 

Murphy, Peter, Clauchag 



Mac 



McAllister, Angus's heirs, Torbeg 
McAllister, Archibald, Clauchag 
McAllister, Charles, Slidderie 
M'Allister, Donald, Auchagallan 
Shiskan 

i 113 



McAlister, Donald, Drimghinar- 
Shiskan 

McAlister, Donald, farmer, Kilpat 
rick, Shiskan 

McAlister, Duncan, Slidderie 

MAlliater, Hector, jun., Glaister, 
Shiskan 

McAllister, Hector, sen., Glaister, 
Shiskan 

McAlister, Arch., teacher and re- 
gistrar, Margnaheglish, Loch- 
ranza. 

McAllister, John, Clauchag 

McAllister, John, Ballykine, Shis- 
kan 

McAlister, Jn., Kilpatrick, Shiskan 

McAlister, John, Slidderie 

MAllister, Matthev, Torbeg, Shis- 
ken 

McBride, Alex., merchant, Shedog, 

Shiskan 
McBride, Robfc., Shannochie 

McCorm:ck, Rev Dugald, Free 

Church Manse, Catacol 
McCuriie, Ronald, Ballymenach 
McDonald, John jun., EastBenr.an 
McDonald, Neil West Bennan 
McDonald, Widow Cath., Leven- 

corrach 
McDougald, Duguld, Levencorrach 
McDcugald, John, Smuraig 

McFadyen, Campbell, Drimghinar 

McGregor, Duncan, Torbeg, Shiskan 

Mclntyre, Arch., teacher, Bally- 
gowan, Shiskan 

Mclntyre, John, Slidderie 

McKelvie, Alex., Dipping 
McKelvie, Alex., Kilpatrick, Shis- 
kan 
McKelvie, Donald, Kildonan 
McKelvie, Neil, North Feorline, 

Shiskan 
McKelvie, Robt , Kilpatrick, Shis- 
kan 
McKenzie, Angus, Tormore 
McKenzie, Arch., Drimlabara 
McKenzie, Donald, East Bennan 
M'Gregor, Chas., Porbeg. 



Parish of 



Househloders. 



Kilmory. 



McKenzie, Gilbert, jun., Tormore, 
Shiskan 

McKenzie, James, High Kilmory 

McKenzie, Jn,, Ballymichael, Shis- 
kan 

McKenzie, John, game-keeper, Don- 
garie, Shiskan 

McKenzie, John, Torbeg, Shiskan 

McKenzie, John's heirs, South Feor- 
line, Shiskan 

McKenzie, Peter, collector of ra+es, 
Tormcre, Shiskan 

McKenzie, Widow Margt., Shen- 
nochie 

McKinnon, Alexander, East Bennan 
McKinnon, Alexander, Kilpatrick, 

Shiskan 
McKinnon, Alexander, Catacal 
McKinnon, Archibald, teacher, 

Little Mills 
McKinnon, Charles, West Bennan 
McKinnon, John, Smuraig 
McKinnon, Mrs Eliz., GIenr:e 
McKinnon, Peter, Corriecravie 
McKinnon, Peter, Torylirm 
McKinnon, William, Auchaliffan 
McKinnon, William, Ballymichael, 

Shiskan 
McKinnon, William, Sliddeiie 
McKinnon, William, Sliddeiie 

McLachlan, John, grocer, Catacol 
McLarty, Donald, Ttrbeg, Shiskan 
McLarty, Donald, Bennicarrigan 

McMaster, John, Pien, Shiskan 
McMaster, Widcw Donald, Noth 
Feorline, Shisken 

McMillan, Angus, Whitefarland 
McMillan, Ann, North Feorline, 

Shiskan 
McMillan, Donald, Imachar 
McMillan, Donald, North Feorline, 

Shiskan 

McMillan, Donald, Penrioch 

kan 
McMilJan, Gilbert's heirs, Magna- 

htglish, Lochranza 
McMillan, NlU, i.n-keeper, Loch- 

ranza 



McMillan, Peter, South Thundergay 
McMillan, Robt., Machrie, Shiskan 
McMillan, Ronald, Tormore, Shis- 
kan 
McMillan, Widow, North Fecrline, 
Shiskan 

McNeil, Allan, Sallymenoch 
McNeil, Robert, Bally menoch 
McNeil, Widow Janet, Drimlabara 
McNeish, Alex., West Bennan 
McNeish, John, Sliddeiie 
McNicol, Alex., Moniquil, Shiskan 
McNicol, Arch., Ballymichael, Shis- 
kan 
McNiool, Jas., Moniquil, Shiskan 

McPherson, John, North Feorline* 
Shiskan 



N 



Nairn, James, miller, Shedog, Shis- 
kan 
Nicol, Alex., Clauchag 
Nicol, Alex., Lipping 
Nicol, Arch's heirs, High Kilmory 
Nicol, Mrs Cath., Kildonan 



R 



Eeaside, Geo., under game-keeper, 

Kilpatrick, Shiskan 
Eeid, Peter, Shannochie 
Robertson, Arch., North Feorline, 

Shiskan 
Robeitson, Arch., Torbeg, Shiskan 
Robeitson, Don., Altgolach, Shiskan 
Robertson, Den., Torbeg, Shiskan 
Robertson, John, Torbeg, Shiskan 
Robeitson, Mrs William, Kilpatrick 

Shiskan 
Robertson, Wm., Ballykine, Shiskan 
Robertson, Wm., Tori eg, Shiskan 
Robertson, Wm., roadman, Bally- 
michael, Shiskan 
Royal National Lifeboat Institution 
Station of, Kildonnan 



Parish of 



Householders 



Kil??iory. 



S 



Shaw, John, Primlabara 

Shaw, John, East Bennan 

Shaw, Miss Mary, North Feorline, 

Shiskan 
Shaw, William, Kildonan 
Sillars, Angus, Ballykine, Shiskan 
Sillars, Alex - , Auchagallan, Shiskan 
Sillars, Ah. jun., Ballykine, Shiskan 
Sillars, Daniel, North Thundergay 
Sillars, John, Imachar, Shiskan 
Sillars, Jn's. heirs, Tormore, Shiskan 
Sillars, Peter, Ballykine, Shiskan 
Sillars, Walter, Auchagallan, Shis- 
kan 
Sim, Arch., Auchagallan, Shiskan 
Sinclair, James' heirs, Bally m!chael, 

Shiskan 
Speirs, Matthew C, Clauchag,1 
Speirs, Widow Jane, Clauchag 
Stewart, Alex., Corriecravie ( 
Stewart, Alex., East Bennan 
Stewart, Alex., Kildonan 
Stewart, Alex, jun., Clauchag 
Stewart, Alex, sen., Clauchag 
Stewart, Charles. Cloined 
Stewart, Donald, Auchenhew | 
Stewart, Donald, Corriecravie 
Stewart, John, Altgolach, Shiskan 
Stewart, John, Corrieeravie 
Stewart, John, Kildonan 
Stewart, Mrs John, Altgolach, Shis- 
kan 



Stewart, Robert, Corriecravie 
Sutherland, Kenneth, teacher, Kil- 

mory 
Syme, Miss Janet, Tormore, Shiskan 
Syme, Peter, Tormore, Shiskan 
Speirs, John, Bennecarrigan 



T 



Taylor, Jas., under-game-keeper 

Kildonan 
Taylor, Neil, Levencorrach 
Taylor, Thomas, Levencorrach 
Thomson, Alex., Auchachar, Shis- 
kan 
Thomson, Donald, Auchancar, Shis- 
kan 
Thomson, Donald, Shedog, Shiskan, 
Thomson, Dun., Auchencar, Shiskan 
Thomson, John, Ballykine, Shiskan 
Thomson, Lachlan's heirs, Drimla- 

bara 
Toddj Wm., farmer, Glenree 



W 



Watson, Wm., Auchincar, Shiskan 
Wooley, Mrs George, * in n-keeper 
Shedog, Shiskan 



PARISH OF 

CU M BR AE 



MILLPORT.) 



Agnew, Andrew, Glasgow street 
Alexander, David, photographer, 8 
Cardiff street ; sea view, Bute 
Ter 
Alexander, Miss A.gnes, 19 Glasgow st 
Allan, Archibald, cab-hirer and car- 
ter, 43 Glasgow St., and 2 How- 
ard street 
Allan, James, 27 Glasgow st 
Allan, James, inland revenue officer, 
6 Cardiff street, and 20 Millbrae, 
west End 
Allan, James, carter, 10 Glasgow st 

and 8 George st 
Allan, James, flesher, 27 Glasgow st 
Allan, Mrs, 16 Cardiff street 
Allan, Mrs Mary, Howard st 
Allan, Mrs Mary, 26 Kelburn st 
Allan, William, baker and grocer, 

9 Glasgow street 
Anderson, James, shoemaker, 23 

Kelburn St 
Anderson, Jas., printer, Ashfield, 

Karnes Bay 
Andeison, Michael, 9 Kelburn st 
Anderson, Robert, printer, rairlie 

Eank, Eute Terrace 
Anderson, Thomas, 22 crichton Rd 
Auld, John, ma3on, 22 Ritchie £t 



B 

Baillie, Thomas, farmer, upper Kirk- 
ton 

Baillie, James, baker, 7 and 8 Quay- 
head st 



Ba'llie, James, mason, 5 Cardiff st 

(back land) 
Baillie, John, green-grocer, 14 Glas- 
gow st 
Baillie, John, joiner, 14 Glasgow st 
BaillieJMargf. R., 14J Glasgow st 
.baillie, Mrs Janet, 5 Cardiff st (back 

land) 
Baillie, Mrs Marion, 4 crichton st 
Baillie, Robt., engineer, 30 Stuart st 
Baillie, Thomas, 4 cricht m st 
Baillie, Wm., labourer, 8 crichton st 
Baird, D., shoemaker, 21 Cardiff st 
Bannerman, Mrs Margt., 49 g1 sgow 

st 
Barbour, John, farmer, Balliekillot 
Barclay, Mrs Helen, 1 Kelburn st 
Brarlas, Misses, Bute Ter 
Barr, Mrs Mary, 22 George st 
Bartholomew, James, cab-hirer, 38 

Glasgow st 
Beaton, Robert, qnarrier, Barrend St 
Bell, Alex., missionary, 26 Glasgow st 
Bell, Allan, missionary, 32 George St 
Bell, Miss Margt., 6 Kelburn st 
Bennett, John, grocer, 2 Crawford st 
Blackadder, Wm., glass merchant, 20 

Kelburn st 
Blair, Daniel, baker, 32 George st 
Blair, Wm., carter, Barrend st 
Bonthron. Mrs Annie Finlay, Karnes 

Bay 
Boyd, William, 15 Stuart st 
Boyle, Charles, 32 George st 
Boyle, James, joiner, 3 Crawford st 
Bowman, Mrs Mgt., Spence, Karnes 
Breden, Henry, 8 Cardiff st 
Brown, Francis, Mary hill cot., Bute 

Ter 

Brown, James, C. E., 18 Kelburn st 
Brown, Miss Annie, 25 Glasgow st 
Brown, Robert, 47 Glasgow st 
Brunton, Rev Alex., 25£ Glasgow st 
H6 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Cumbrae. 



Bryce, Mrs Agnes, 8 crichton st 

Bryson, William, 24 Glasgow st 

Bunting, Miss Annabella, 10 crichton 
st 

Burnie, Jas., mason, Mountstuart pi 

Burns, J. P., 14 stuart st 

Butchard, Alex., carpenter, 22 Car- 
diff st 

Byers, George, shoemaker, 10 Guild- 
ford st 



C 



Caldwell, Robt., mason, 20 Millbrae 
Calendar, James, Kilmichael House, 

Bute Ter 
Cameron, Alex., harbour-master, 1 

Clyde st 
Cameron, Daniel, porter, 19 stuart st 
Cameron, Dugald, plumber, Miller st 
Cameron, Miss Christina, Lochiel 

cot., west Bay 
Cameron, Miss Isabella, 14 Kelburn 

st 
Campbell, Colin, blacksmith, Miller 

st 
Campbell, Peter, jun., sugar refiner, 

22 Glasgow st 
Cassells, Mrs Margt., 12 Guildford st 
Chamberlain, Mrs Marion, 45 Glas- 
gow st 
Clark, Duncan, labourer, 11 Cardiff st 
Clark, J. B. McA, Karnes Bay 
Clark, Wm., Westwood, west Bay 
Cochrane, John, grocer, 12 Cardiff st 
Cook, George, Douglas villa, Kames B 
Cook, Mrs Christina, Farland Craig 

Kames Bay 
Co-operative Society, 1\ Cardiff st 
Cooper, Andrew, Barrend st 
Coventry, Andrew, wine merchant 

16 Cardiff st 
Craig, James, west Bay 
Craig, James, glazier, 3 Crawford st 
Craig, Mrs Marion, 14 Miller st 
Craig, Wm., engineer, 3 crichton st 
Crawford, Jas., farmer, Figgatoch 
Crawford, Miss Cath., Springfield, 

Bute Ter 
Crawford, Miss Margt., Howard st 
Crawford Mrs Jean, 1 Miller st 
Crawford, Mm Margaret, 20 Millbrae 
217 



Crawford, Miss Eliz., Springfield 
Bute Ter 

Crawford, Ninian, draper, 2 Guild- 
ford st 

Crwf ord, Wm., Bute Ter 

Crawford, Wm., builder, west Bay 

Creed, Mrs Elizabeth, Rutland cot., 
23 George st 

Cunningham, Andrew, butler, 5 
Guildford st 

Cunningham, John, baker, 4 Guild- 
ford st 

Cunningham, Misses, Guildford st 

Cunningham, Miss Margaret, 3 Geo. 
st 

Cunningham, Robert shoemaker, 7 
Mountstuart pi 

Cunningham, Thomas, 9 Guildford st 



D 



Davidson, Jas., steward, 3 Crawford 

st 
Davidson, Mrs Robert, 4 Kelburn st 
Dewar, John, grocer, Miller st 
Dick, Mrs Margt., Auchingree, Bute 

Ter 
Dickson, D. J., East wood 
Dickson, William, 21 Cardiff st 
Don, Miss Annie Thomson, 43 Glas- 
gow st 
Donley, Archibald, 12 Glasgow st 
Dove, Miss Janet L., 20 crichton st 
Douglas, Mrs Cath., 38 stuart st 
Downie, John, Down craig 
Drummond, Miss Isa., 22 George st 
Drysdale, Mrs Agnes, selma ho 
Duncan, Thomas, jun., wright, Bar- 
rend st 
Duncan, Thos., sen., 24 Glasgow 8t 
Dunlop, David, 22 Clyde st 



B 



Easton, Mrs Margaret, draper, $ 

Crichton st 
Episcopal Schoolhouse, George st 
Ewing, Mrs Mary L., 19 Glasgow st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Cumbrae. 



Ewing Eobt., gardener, wellpark 

cottage 
Ewiisg, Wm., engineer, 16 Glasgow s 



F 



Fergus, Jessie A., 32 Georga st 
Ferguson, Arch., seaman, Miller st 
Ferguson, Colin, seaman, 20 Millbrae 
Fernie, Mrs, 44 and 46 Glasgow st 
Finnie, James, farmer, Mid-Kirkton 
Finnie, Mrs Helen, 21 Guildford st 
Forrest, George, west Bay 
Forsyth, Charles, Barrend st 
Frame Rev. Jas., U.P. Manse 
Frazer, John, gardener, 17 Kelburn 

st. and 10 Barrend st 
Fullarton, Archibald, blacksmith 

Howard st and Burnside 



G 



Gall, Mrs Eliz., 13 Glasgow st] 
Gardiner, Jn., spirit-dealer, 34 Glas- 
gow st 
Gardiner, Wm., baker, Dumfries ho 
Gibb, Alex., coal-merchant, 5 clyde 

st 
Gibb, James, seaman, 13 Glasgow st 
Gibb, John, 2 Barrend st 
Gibb, John, weigher, 
Gibb, Miss Agnes, 28 Stuart st 
Gibb, Miss Janet, 4 Cardiff st 
Gibb, Mrs Eliz., 2 churchill st 
Gibb, Wm., seaman, 
Gilkison, James, seaman, 22 Cardiff 

st 
Gilkison, John, seaman, 6 Quayhead 

st 
Gilkison, Mrs Eliz., 3 Quayhead st 
Gillespie, John, ironmonger, 24 clyde 

St 
Gillies, John, shipmaster, crossburn 
Gilmour, Mrs Janet, 16 Kelburn st 
Glasgow, Earl of, the Garrison 
Glass, Margt., and Mary, 23 stuart 
st 



G oldie, Misses, drapers, 15 Guild- 
ford st 
Goldie, Miss Maggie, Ferry Ed 
Goldie, David, carter, 1 woodhead st 
Graham, John, forester, Balloch Bay 
Graham, Mrs Margt., 18 Barrend St 
Grant, James, Karnes Bay 
Grant, John C., 14 stuart st 
Grant, Peter, grain merchant, 17 

Glasgow st 
Grant, William, 16 Cardiff st 
Gray, Mrs, Woodlands ho 
Gray, Mrs Agnes, 29 stuart st 
Gray, Eobert, 14 Miller st 



H 



Haddon, George, 32 George st 
Hall, Alexander, sheriff common 
Hall, John, mason, 1 Miller st 
Hall, Mrs James, 12 Miller st 
Hall, Mrs Jane, Miller st 
Halliday, Thos., fisher, 42 Glasgow 
Hamilton, Chars, labourer, 14 George 

st 
Hamilton, Mrs Janet, Dumfries ho 
Hamilton, Mrs Jessie, craigevrug ho 

Karnes Bay 
Hamilton, Mrs Martha, 11 Kelburn 

st 
Hannah, John, pattern-maker, 2 

Crawford st 
Hardy, Mrs Mary, Kames Bay 
Harley, Mrs Eliza, Carlton ho, Bute 

ter 
Harriott, Arthur, 13 Miller st 
Hastie, Wm., painter, 13 Guild- 
ford st 
Hazelhurst Chas, Harrison, organ- 
ist, George st 
Hendry, G. 15, Tourville, west Bay 
Hendry, James Young, Ferry Bd 
Hendry, Thomas, drill-instructor, 

Helendale cottage 
Hill, John, cab-hirer, Moss Bank 
Hill, Mrs Jane, 12 Glasgow st 
Hill, Robert, cab-driver, moss Bank, 

Kames Bay 
Hill, Robt., gardener, 20 Miller st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Cumbrac 



Hil], Robt., grocer, Kelburn st 
Hopkins, Hugh, 16 Glasgow st 
Hcod, Thomas, baker, Barend st 
Hook, greengrocer, 13 Stuart at 

Houston, Miss Sarah, 19 Kelburn st 
Houston, Mrs, 9 Clyde eft 
Houston, Mrs Barbara, 19 and 11 

Barrend st 
Houston, Mrs William, 8J stuart st 
Howitt, Joseph, Royal George Hotel 
Hughes, John, baker, 17 Kelburn st 
Hunter, Alex., joiner, 28 and 33 

crichton st 
Hunter, Alex., yachtsman, 22 stuart 
Hunter, Andrew, joiner, 20 Miller st 
Hunter, Charles, mason, 13 Clyde st 
Hunter, Jas., 1 Cardiff st 
Hunter, James, joiner, churchhill st 
Hunter, Jas., sen., shipmaster, yuay- 

head st 
Hunter, Jane, 22 George st 
Hunter, John, seaman, 15 Cardiff st 
Hunter, Miss Eliz. M'Neilage, 

craig-en-rua, Karnes Bay 
Hunter, Miss Jane, 25 Glasgow st 
Hunter, Miss Janet, Kamcs Bay 
Hunter, Miss Mary, 15 Glasgow st 
Hunter, Miss Mary, cross House 
Hunter, Miss Mary M., Karnes Bay 
Hunter, Mrs James, 49 Glasgow st 
Hunter, Miss Margt., 16 stuart st 
Hunter, Mrs Violet, Auchengree,Bute 

Ter 
Hunter, Ninian, joiner, 29 stuart st 
Hunter, Robt., fisherman. 5 stuart st 
Hunter, Robt., ship master, cross- 
house 
Hunter, Richard, ship Master, Hun- 

terston 
Hunter, Thos., quarrier, 42 Glasgow 

st 



Jack, Mrs Margt., crichton st 
Jeffrey, John, mason, Barrend st 
Jess, Thomas, mason, 14 George st 
Johnston, J., 2 Quay Head st 

119 



Jones, James, furniture -dealer, 17 
clyde st 



K 



Kelso, Mrs Janet, 32 stuart st 
Kennedy, Jas., engineer, Lome villa, 

Karnes Bay 
Kennedy, John, westbourne 
Kennedy, Mrs Thos., wellpark cot 
Kerr, Bryce, porti >ner, 19 Cardiff st 
Kerr, Miss, Kerrsland 
Kerr, John, fisherman, 5 Cardiff st 
Kerr, John, seaman, 5 Cardiff st 
Kerr, Joseph, surgeon, 11 Kelburn st 

and Barrend st 
Kerr, Miss Eli?., Kerrsland 
Kerr, Miss Jessie, 9 Cardiff st 
Kerr, Walter, fisherman; 9 Cardiff st 
King. James, M'E., engineer, 1 Car- 
diff st 
King, John, Hotel Keeper. 
Knox, George, draper, 16 Cardiff st 
Knox, James, engineer, 17 Cardiff s 



L 



Laird,^Henry, grocer, 13 clyde st 
Lane, Win., seaman, Howard st 
Lang, John, jun., iron-merchant, 17 

Cardiff st 
Lawson, John, 34 Glasgow st 
Leek, James, Thornbank, west Bay 
Lemon Mrs Jane F., 20 Clyde st 
Lennox, John, measurer, Ferry Kd 
Letham, James, confectioner, and 

baker, 2 Quay Head st 
Liddle, Martha, 32 George st 
Liddle, Mathew, 32 George st 
Lister, Miss Jane, 13 Glasgow st 
Little, Alfred, seaman, 1 Cardiff st 
Little, David, shoemaker, 6 stuart s 
Livingston, Mrs Jane, 36 Glasgow 

st 
Livingston, Robt., brass founder, (of 

paterson st, Glasgow,) Fintry Bay 

Bd 
L ochhead, Wm., hatter, Barrend st 



Parish of 



Hou g holders. 



Cumbrae. 



Logan Mrs, Kestaurant, 25 stuart st 
Love, Robert, 12 Miller st 
L urns den, Mrs Janet, 5 miller st 
Lyon, James, clothier, 12 Kelburn st 



M 



Maitland, Mrs Ann, 7 Mountstuart pi 
Malcolm, A.C„ grocer, 33 stuart st 
Marchb&nk, Wm., Barrend st 
Marshall, Miss Janet, 17 Kelburn st 
Marshall, Miss Margt., 17 Kelbum st 
Martin Miss Jane, 21 Gnildford st 
Martin, Mrs Mary, 21 Guildford st 
Martin, Wm., gardener, Ferry Rd 
Martin, Wm., Freeland, Karnes Bay 
Menzies, D. J. H., osborne villa 

west Bay 
Miller, Alex., baker, 14 crichton st 
Miller, James Karnes cot 
Miller, John, Millerston House 
Miller, Kenneth M. J., teacher, 10 

Glasgow st 
Miller, Mrs Mary, 10 crichton st 
Millig an, David, mason, 24 George st 
Mills, Alex., engineer, 11 Cardiff st 
Mitchell, Mrs Ann, Grove cottage, 

k aires Bay 
Mitchell, William W. residenter, 17 

Cardiff st 
Morris, Hugh, 10 Guildford st 
Mormon, Joseph, 38 Glasgow st 
Morrison, Mrs Jessie, stuart et 
Munro, William B., Barrend st 
Munro, Miss Agnes, 48 Glasgow it 
Murphy, Neil, artist, Mill burn 
Murdoch, Donald, grocer, 22 Glasgow 

et 
Murdoch, John, 11 Earrend st 
Murdoch, Miss Janet, 22 Clyde tt 
Murray, John, grocer, 32 Glasgow st 



Mac 



McAlister, Arch., goccer, 1 Cardiff st 
and 21 stuart st 



McAlister, Miss Mary, 21 s to art st 
McAlister, Eon aid, lawyer, 15 Car- 
diff st 

McCalL John C, clerk, 10 crichton 

st 
McCallum, H., seaman, Burnside 
McColl, Mrs Mary, 5 Cardiff st 
McConnechie, James, \i\ Glasgow st 
McConnechie, James, jun., gardener 

30 Glasgow st 
McConechie, Mrs Agnes, 7 Mount- 
stuart st 

McDermaid/John shipmaste^,Naller 

Bank, 
McDermaid, Miss Catb., 26 stuart st 
McDermaid P., wallerbank 
McDonald, Alex., plumber, Millbrae 

ho 
McDonald Don., 23 Cardiff st 
McDonald, James, engineer, 16 Car- 
diff st 
McDonald, Janet, 11 Kelburn st 
McDougal, Dun., farmer, Balloch- 
martin and craigangaur 

McEwan, James, Ferry Rd 

McFarlane, Andrew Greig, watch- 
maker, 42 stuart st 
McFarlane, Jane, 8 Guildford st 
Mel arlane, Jn., grocer, 9 Kelburn st 
McFarlane, Miss Matilda, 21 Kel- 
burn st 
McFarlane, Wm., butcher, 19 and 

20 Guildford st 
McFie, John, 9 Cardiff st 
McFie, Wm., teacher, Karnes Bay 

McGlashan, Duncan, sewing mach- 
ine manufacturer, Bererley ho 

McGiJl, Arthur, labourer, 22 ceorge 
at 

McGown, John, M.D., 18 Guildford ■ 
and carlton Honse, Bute Ter 

McGraw, Wm ., coal merchant, Barr- 
end st 

McHarg, Hugh, west End 

Mclndoe, Alexander, collector, 22 
120 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Cumbrac. 



crichton st 
McTnnes, Angus, Beverley ho 
Mclanes, Malcolm, pilot, 22 clyde st 
Mclnnes, Robeit, 22 crichton st 
Mcintosh, Jame3, 19 Glasgow st 
Mcintosh, James, 19 Glasgow st 
Mclntyre, John, iron-merchant 2 

Crawford st 
Mclntyre, John, mason, 15 Cardiff st 
Mclntyre, John, gardener, 8 Car- 
diff st 
Mclntyre, Miss Euph., 1 Guildford s 
Mcintyre, Stewart, carter„2 crichton 
st 

McKay, Alex., painter, 7 Mount- 

stuart pi 
McKay, Arch., pawnbroker, 5 Crich- 
ton st 
McKay, John, 37 stuart st 
McKean, James, college st and Glas- 
gow st 
McKean, Mrs Margt., 13 Clyde st 
McKechnie, Mrs Janet, 14 west End 
McKellar, Miss Mary, 34 Glasgow st 
McKellar, Mrs Elizabeth, 32 Glas- 
gow st 
McKenzie, Dun., mason, Windsor ter 
McKenzie, Mrs Agnes, 37 Glasgow st 
McKenzie, Mrs Sarah, grocer, 14 Car- 
diff st 
McKinlay, David, cashier, Burnside 

cot 
McKirdy, John, farmer, Nether, Kirk- 

ton 
McKirdy, Miss Eliz., 26 stuart at 
McKirdy, Mrs Margt., 18 and 20 
crichton st 

McLachlan, Daniel, porter, Miller st 
McLachlan, Mrs Isabella, 13 Kel- 

burn st 
McLean, Alex., Karnes Bay 
McLaren, Daniel, joiner, 19 stuart st 

MeMilLCn, Alex., shipmaster, xel- 
bura st 

McMillan, James, shipmaster cross- 
burn 

McMillan, Miss Mary, 5 Quay head 

McMillan, Wm., 32 George st 

121 



McNab, Rev. J. ft., Manse. Bute Ter 
McNair, Colin, 35 stuart st 
McNair, Miss Helen, 6 Guildford st 
McNaughton, Malcolm, shipmaster, 

12 Glasgow st 
McNeil, Wilson, fisherman, 40 Glas- 
gow st 

McVean, Neil, labourer, 5 Guildford 
McVey, Mrs Margt., 9 clyde st 

McWha, Mrs Eliz., 25 Cardiff st 



N 



Nairn, Cuth., grocer, Newton House, 

and 20 21 Glasgow st 
Nairn, Miss Mary, Burnside cottage 
Nelson, Daniel M., traveller, Kelburn 

st 
Nisbefc, David, labourer, 22 George 

st 
Nisbet, Hay, Kelburn st 
Noyes, Rev. E. R. H., D.D., Dean 

of Argyll and the Isles, Craig- 

encross, George st 



O 



O'May, Robt., Oraigton villa, west 

By 
Orr, William, tinsmith, 14 George 

st 



Paterson, Alex., calenderer 22 crich- 
ton st 

Paterson, Hugh W., drysalter, cross 
House, George st 

Paterson, James, 12 Miller st 

Paterson, James, spirit dea.er, 27 
and 28 stuart st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Cumbrae. 



Paterson, Miss Margaret Bla'r, 33 

Glasgow st 
Paterson, Mrs Gavin, 32 George st 
Paterson, William, grocer, 32 Glas- 
gow st 
Pat on, Mrs Hannah, 18 Cardiff st 
Paton, Walter, carpenter, 4 stuart 

st 
Pattman, Bobert, shipmaster, 7 Kel- 

burn pi 
Perston, John, compositor, Windsor 

Tor 
Phillips, John, Balmoral cottage, 

west Bay 
Phillips, Robert, 37 Glasgow st 
Porterfield, William, seaman, 6 

crichton st, and 5 Quayhead st 
Porteous, Mrs Helen, 3 3 Glasgow st 
Prentice, Robert, 7 Clyde st 
Printing House, George st 



R 



Rae, John, joiner, 6 Cardiff st 
Rae, Robert, labourer, 2 George st 
Reid, Dr Thomson, Fern Back 
Reid, Joseph, contractor. 15 Cardiff s 
Reid, Miss, Cath., fruiterer, 21 Guild- 
ford st 
Reid, Mrs J. Eaton, strahoun cot, 

Howard st 
Rtid. Mrs J. M., Bellvue 
Reid, Bev. James Watson, Bellvue 
Reid, Robert, labourer, scotia cot., 

Howard st 
Richardson, Rev H. H., St Andrew 

cot., George st 
Richmond, Andrew, painter, 37 Glas- 
gow st 
Riddle, Alex., ironfounder, 2 Barrend 

st 
Riddell, Hugh, 32 George st 
Bisk, David, mate, Burnside cot 
Ritchie, John, (H. M., Customs, 

Greenock), 2 Howard st 
Ritchie, Mary, 2 Guildford st, and 2 

Howard st 
Ritchie, Miss Janet, Hillside Cot, 
Howard st 



Ritchie, Mrs Hugh, 2 Howard st 

Robertson, Charles, pilot, Eurnside 

cot 
Robertson, David, Fern Bank 
Robertson, Duncan, 6 Barrend st 
Robertson, George, plumber, Wind- 
sor ter 
Robertson, James, Nessbank 
Robertson, James, 18 Millbrae 
Robertson, Bobert, farmer, Brekough 
Robertson, Miss Janet, 20 Millbrae 
Robertson, Miss Margt-., 3 Glasgow s 
Bobertson, Mrs Margt., 20 Clyde st 
Bubertson, Thomas, Barrend st 
Bobertson, Wm., traveller, 9 clyde s 
Boss, Jas., union, Bank, 21 Stuart st 
Boss, John, 8 crichton st 
Boxburgh, Miss Marion, 10 crich- 
ton st 
Bussell, Alex., manager, 13 Cardiff 

st 
Russell, Wm., broker, 11 Cardiff st 



S 



Samson, Mrs Mary, 6 Ktlburn st 
Scott, Arch., Ardenlea, Karnes Bay 
Sharp, Andrew, Esk Bank, Kames By 
Sharp, Miss Margt., dressmaker, 13 

Cardiff st 
Sharp, Miss Mary, dressmaker, 13 

Cardiff st 
Shaw, Misses, 6 Glasgow st 
Shaw, Mrs Eliz., 6 Earrend st 
Shaw, Mrs Wm., 4 Guildford st 
Shearer, John, mason, 2 Churchill st 
Shearer, John, 16 crichton st 
Shearer, Miss Janet, dressmaker, 12 

stuart st 
Shields, Mrs Margt., 4 Barrend st 
Shields, Thomas, builder, 4 Barrend 

st 
Shrubb, Mrs Margt., 37 Glasgow st 
Sim, David, cabinet maker, 7 . ount- 

stuart p1 
Sinclair, Mrs Jane, 25i Glasgow st 
Sinclair, Miss Maggie, 32 George st 
Sinclair, Miss Mary, 1 chu. chill st 
Smart, Alex., clifton, Karnes Bay 

122 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Cumbrae. 



Smith, Dr J. W., Windsor villa, 

west Bay 
gmith, Miss Janet, 34 stuart st 
Smith, Mrs Agnes, Garnock villa, 

west Bay 
Somers, John, printer, 25J Glasgow 

st 
Somerville, Margt. W., 44| Glasgow 

st 
Somerville, Martha, 44^ Glasgow st 
Somerville, Miss Janet, hotel-keep- 
er, 8 stuart st 
Somerville, Wm., 22 George st 
Speirs, Allan, baker, 25 stuart st 
Speirs, Mrs Helen, 15 Kelburn st 

and 4 Barrend st 
Steven, Alex. ^C, teacher, school- 
house 
Stevenson, Thos., miller, 40 Glasgow 

st 
Stevenson, Robert, 32 George st 
Stewart, Alex., porter, 
Stewart, James, 15 Glasgow"sfe 
Stewart, James, joiner, Miller st 
Stewart, Alex., painter, Barrend st 
Stewart, Miss Janet, Howard st 
Stewart, Mrs, Eliz., 12 Kelburn st' 
Stewart, Mrs Isa., grocer, ] i and 16 

Guildford st 
Stewart Robt., salesman, 2 college 

st 
Stewart, W., lithographer, 32 George 

st 
Stirling, Miss Margt., 6 Guildford st 
Stirrat, Mrs Margt., woodside cot, 

44J Glasgow st 
Stobo, Miss Isa., Atlanta, Kames By 
Stobo, Peter, plumber, 13 Glasgow s 
Strachan, Wm., carter, 10 Cardiff st 
Swan, Matthew, portioner, Gowanbk 



T 

Tait, Wm., Ravencraig, Kames By 
Taylor, James, baker, 3 Glasgow st 
Taylor, John, 21 Cardiff st 
Taylor, John joiner, 11 Barrend st 
Taylor, Miss Margt., George st 
Taylor, Mrs Jane, 17 Guildford st 

123 



Taylor, Mrs Jas., shuttle-manufac- 
turer, Windsor ter 
Tayler, William, 21 Cardiff st 
Telfer, James, plasterer, 3 3 Crawford 

st 
Telford, Jas., plasterer, Burnside st 
Telfer, Wm., 21 gu ldford st 
Templeton, Wm, jun., 6 Miller st 
Thorn, John, jun., farmer, portyre, 

Downcraig, and Balloch Bay 
Thorn, Wm., plasterer, 28 Glasgow 
Thomson, Duncan, 1 George st 
Thomson, Isaac, 6 Cardiff st 
Thomson, Jas., traveller, 37 Glasgow 

st 
Thomson, Miss Agnes, Ferry Rd 
Thomson, Miss Annie, 
Thomson, Mrs John, cliff, Bute Ter 
Thomson, Robt., tobacconist, Hazel- 
bank cot., Fintry Bay Bd 
Thomson, Wm., 6 Quayhead st 
Thomson, Wm., fisherman, stuart St 
Thorburn, James; engineer, Bellvue 
Towers, James, 1 Guildford st 
Train, Mrs Eliz., spirit-dealer, 3 

Cardiff st 
Turnbull, John, carpenter, 21 stu- 
art st 
Turnbull, Mrs Ann C ., Burnside cot 
Turnbull, Mrs Cath. , 14 Miller st 
Tyne, John, clerk, Barrend st 
Tyre, Robt., 2 Crawford st 



W 



Walker, James, Grove House, Kames 

Bay 
Walker, James, tailor, Quayhead 
Walker, Mrs, 1 Kelburn st 
Walker, Mrs, Ferry Bd 
Walker, Rev. Alexander, M.A., 

Millburn 
Wallace, Charles M., boatman, 29 

and 31 Glasgow st 
Wallace, Mrs John 32 George st 
Wallace, Mrs Agnes, 40 Glasgow st 
Wallace, Mrs Agnes, 32 George st 
Wallace, Wm., boat-hirer, 32°George 

st 



Parish of 



Householders. 



Cumbrae. 



Ware, Miss Eli 7 ., 35 Glasgow st 
Watson, Alex. L., 49 Glasgow st 
Watt, Allan, woodend, Kames Bay 
Weir, John, fireman, 6 crchton st 
Willock, Boyde, merchant, clare- 

mont 
Wilson, Andrew, 4 Barrend st 
Wilson, D. & C., the Library, 15 

Glasgow Street 
Wilson, James, joiner, west Fnd 
Wilson, John, commercial agent, 3 

Kelburn st 
Wilson, Miss Mary, 14 crichton st 
Wilson, Robt., grocer, Barrend st 

Wishart, David, post-master, 9 

Guildford st 
Wishart, Miss Christina, 11 Kelburn 

st 
Wishart, Miss Margt., 7 Kelburnst 
Wishart, Rev. Robt., 28 Glasgow st 



Wishart, Wm., 26 Glasgow st 
Wishart, Wm., builder, Kelburn st 
Wood, Mrs Ann. 3 crichton st 
Wright, Andrew, traveller, Barrend 

st 

Wright, Mrs Ann, 11 clyde st 
Wright, Wm., clerk 2 Crawford st 
Wright, Wm., church officer, Bute 
Ter 



Young, Geo., labourer, 7 Mount- 

stuarfc Pi 
Yuill, Mrs Mary, crichton st 
Yuille, Wm., painter, 1 Mountstuart 

Pi 



LITTLE CUMBRAE.— PARISH OF ARDROSSAN.J 



Kerr, D ligh* -house, keeper 
McNeil, James and John, farmers 



Wallace James, light-house keeper 



12* 



BURGH OF OBAN. 



A 



Alcorn John, nason,"High st 
Anderson John, Burnbank ho 
Angus Miss A. , Imperial hotel 



B 



Banks A., printer, George st 
Beaton John, Combie st 
Beaton John, fireman, High st 
Bell John, porter, High st 
Bennie John, labourer, Back Argyll 

sq 
Benwell E.W.. supervisor, Columba 

ter 
Bethune Don., labourer, shore st 
Black Alx., printer, George st 
Black Archd., Alexandra pi 
Black Don., tobacconist, Geo. st 
Black Don., flesher, Craigielea villa 
Black Duncan, labourer, High st 
Black Jam s, sheriff-clerk depute, 

Argyll sq 
Black J ohn, porter, George st 
Black Lachlan, joiner, High st 
Black Mai., flesber, George st 
Black Mrs C, grocer, Argyll sq 
Blacklcck, C.F.H., farmer, Battery 

ter 
Boyd Alx., labr., High st 
Boyd James, baker, Edinbank villa 
Boyd, Tnos., bookseller, G.o. st 
Brenan George W., ci\il engineer, 

Craigvarran ; bo Stevenson ter 
Brown Alx., bank agent,Al xandra 

pi 

125 



Brown Dun. C., bank agent, Dana 

cot 
Brown Hugh, slater, Stafford st 
Brown Jas., bookseller, Stafford st 
Buchanan, Dug., Merchant, Geo. st 
Buchanan Dun., porttr, shore st 

Buchanan Geo., draper, George st 
Buhanan Jas., joiner, Combie st 
Buchanan John, fisher, Argyll sc 
Burns Alx., mason, Combie st 
Bunting Mrstllen, Eernieknowe 



C 



Caidow John, gardener, Mossfi.ld 
Calderwood Aw., gasficter, Geo. st 
Cameron Alx., labr., High st 
Cameron Alx., Merchant, Argyll sq 
Cameron Alx., stableman, Tweed- 
dale st 
Cameron Chs., painter, Broadalbane 

st 
Cameron Don., steamboat captain, 

Strathaven ter 
Cameron Dun., Soroba road 
Camero p Dun., labr., Argyll sq 
Cameron Hugh, porter, Geo. 
Cameron Hugh, Wood burn 
Cameron Jn., coach driv.r, Argyll 

st 
Cameron Mrs M., Tw e Idale st 
Cameron Mrs Marj., Lorn t?r 
Cameron Sam., flesher, Snore st 
Campb 11 Alx., hotel-keeper,Geo.st 
Campbell Ax., innkeeper, Combie st 
Campbell Angus, sen., contractor. 

High st 
Campbell Aug., jn., joiner, High st 
Campbell Angus, draper, George 8 1 
Campbell Ann, Battery ter 
Campbell Arch., Tweeddale st 



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Householders. 



Oban. 



Campbell Arch., Mariner, Tweed- 
dale st 
Campbell Cath, Charles st 
Campbell Don., smith, High st 
Campbell Donald, burgh treasurer, 

Alexandra pi 
Campbell Don., cooper, Octavia pi 
Campbell Don,, Woo 1 side hotel 
Campbell Don. A., Dungallan ho 
Compbell Dun., bank accountant, 

Geo. st 
Campbell Duncan, Dalintart farm 
Campb 11 Dun., Mercht., Argyll sq 
Campbell Dr N M'Nab, Albert vil 
Campbell Eliza, Battery t-r 
Campbell Gilbert, smith, Argyll st 
Campbell John, labr., Combie st 
Cam b^ll John, Mason, Combie st 
Campbell John, shoemaker, John 
Camp bt 11 John, ckrk, High st 
Campbell Jn., shipmaster, Dunach 
Campb .11 Miss Julia, Argyle cot 
Campbell Mrs Cath., Lorn villa 
Campbell Mrs Chris., Station hotel 
Campbell Mrs M., Springbank cot 
Camj bell Mrs Mary, Lorn ter 
Campbell Neil, grocer, High st 
Campbell N. McN., m.d., Albert vil 
Campbell Peter, inspector of police 

Argyll sq 
Campbell Wm., burgh inspector, 
Craigmore place 

Campbell W.A., m.d., Geo. st 

Canipa Laz., Merchant, High st 

Carmichael Ach., smith, Airdscres 
Carmichael Coll, Mason, High st 
Carmichael Dug., grocer,Octaviapl 
Carmichael Duncan, sheriff officer, 

Back Shore st 
Carmichael John, steamer captain, 

Combie st 
Carmichael J.,Mason,Back Shore st 
Carter John, postman, shore st 
Chisholm Dun,, Curling Pond cot 
Chisholm Jn., porter, High st 
Chisholm Thomas Longsdale 
Clark Dun., Merchant, Geo. st 
Clark Miss Jane, Strathaven ter 
Clark Robt., Combie st 
Cochran Jas., Mariner, Charles st 



Collins Sir Wm., Corron Esplanade 
Conn, John, Mason, Tweeddale st 
Connel Neil, Dalriach 

Cooper F. W., timber meachant, 
Soroba road ; ho Athole villa, 
Oban Hill 
Corson Th os., auctioneir, Steven- 
son ter; ho 1 Athole villa,Oban 
Hill 
Cowan Mrs Ann, Braehead villa 
Cowan Mrs Susan, Raslie croft 
Craig Jas., smith, Lome Buildings 
Craig John, farmer, Glencruttea 
Crawford Duncan, Longsdale 
Creelman Pt., shoemaker, Tweed- 
dale st 
Cullen Mich.,inland revenue officer, 

Geo. st 
dimming Js., coach driver, Tweed- 
dale st 
Cumstie Jas. Geo., Holly mount vl 
Cumstie Mrs Char., George st 
Cumstie Mrs E., Holly mount villa 
Cumstie Pt., Merchant, Viewbank 
Cumstie Peter, Viewbank 
Cunningham W, labr., Quarry rd 
Currie Ax., joint r, Tweeddale st 
Currie Hu., Mariner, Stafford st 
Downie Wm., mason, Longsdale 



D 



Davidson Miss M., Victoria pi 
Dawon Jas.,com.traveller, Argyll st 
Dickson W., watchmaker, shore st 
Douglas John, labr., Tweeddale st 
Drummond G.,fruiterer, Stafford st 
Drummond George, Stafford st 
Duncan Alexander, printer, Longs> 
dale 



E 

Ellard Sergt. Richd., Geo. »* 



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Householders. 



Oban. 



Emslie Alx., Dana cot 
Emslie Marg.,Geo. st 
linslie Mary Geo. st 



F 



Fairgrisve W., hawker, quarry rd 
Ferguson Alx., carter, Combie st 
Ferguson Ac;i., joiner, Combie st 
Ferguson Jas., smith, Lochside pi 
Ferguson Mai., cartwri^ht High st 
Ferguson Mrs Cath., St Columba vl 
Fisher, Rt., tobacconist, Argyll sq 
Fletcher Hu., joiner, High st 
Forbes Rev. Jas., Dunnoran villa 
Forbes, Rbt., Mercht., Argyll sq 
Fotheringham R,, joiner, High st 
Fox, C.H., hotel keeper, Staflordst 
Fraser Roc 1 ., Mason, Hi_h st 
Fry John, joiner, Longsdale 
Fry, Rt., customs officer, Sylvan vl 



G 



Galbraith Ach., bookseller, Geo.st 
Gardener Cath., Stafford st 
Gillies, B., strapper, Tweeddale st 
Gillies, Don., waittr, High st 
Gillies, Jhn., pastry cook, Argyll st 
Gillies W., distiller, Ardconnel lod 
Graham, A., Mason, Tweeddale st 
Grant W., tailor, Argyll st 
Grego^on Miss Ann, Burnbank ter 
Grubb Ham., hawk.r, Argyll sq 



H 

Haggart Jn., Mason, Shore st 
Haggart Pt., sn., Mason, Faun cot 
Hamilton, Jn., Craig cot 
Hardie, Robt., Combie st 
Henderson, Geo., plumber, Geo. st 



Henderson Mary, Longsdale 
Henderson Mrs Marg., Quarry rd 
Henderson, W., Merchant N. Pier 
Henratfcy Btr., hawker, Airds pi 
Higgins, R.E.H., editor Stmnysid^ 
Hobb Al., coach driver, Laurel lo. 
Hosack Wni., land agent Dalrigh h 
Howe Wm., Grand Hot d 
Hunt Colonel Andrew, Manor ho 
Hunter, Jas., weaver, High st 
Hunter Mrs Joim, Rangitarapl 
Hunter Jn., slater, TweeddalJ st 
Hucton Jas., George st 
Hutton Jas., labourer, Combie st 



Ingilby Rev. Arthur, parsonage 



Jackson Colin, fiesher, Combie st 
Johns cone Mrs Chris., Airds cres 
Johnstone Thos., smith, High st 



K 



Kennedy Jhn., Mason, Longs lale 
Kerr, John, Mason, Longsdale 
Kilgour, J., painttr, Stevenson ter 
Kirkland Miss Mg.D., St John's ho 
Kirkwood, Jn., baker, Combie st 



Laidlaw Alx., High st 
Laidlaw Ts., restaurateer, 



Stati 



o n 



Lamont Arcn, shoemaker, High gt 
Laren Mai., boots, Stevenson t e 
Lauder John, boatman, ArgyL _ 
Lawrence Rbt., solicitor 1 , Steve ns0 ^ 
ter; ho. Cawdor pi 

127 



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Householders. 



Oban. 



Lees Mrs Mary J., Rochfield villa 
Livingston Am., labr., Lorn ter 
Livingston Ach., labr., Combie st 
Livingston Don., flesher, Argyll sq 
Livingston Don., tailor, High st 
Livingston Don., labr., Airds cres 
Livingston Dun., vintner, Airds cr 
Livingston Dun., labr., Airds pi 
Livingston John, Geo. st 
Livingston John, drapei, Geo. st 
Livingston Jn., labr.,Tweeddale>st 

Livingston John, High st 
Livingston Mrs Agnes, Combie at 
Livingston Rbt., Mariner,Chas. st 



M 



Mathieson Ann, High st 
Mathieson Don, lab., Argyll sq 
Mathieson Mrs Isa., Burnbank ter 
Maul Aw, tailor, High st 
May W. E., fishmonger Geo st 
Menzies, D R, joiner, Alexandra pi 
Menzies Wm. sn, builder, Strath- 

aven ter 
Menzies Wm. jn, joiner, Hawthorn 

bank 
Miller Miss, Corron esplanade 
Mitchell Hu., lab, Dalriach 
MoncrL ff Laurence, Mason, High st 
Montgomery John, Mason, Glen- 
she allach ter 
Morrison Jhn, clerk, Alexandra pi 
Munn Arch., farmer, Longsdale 
Munn Dun., joiner, Longsdale 
Munn Mrs M., Longsdale 
Munro Ang, ironmonger, Argyll sq 
Munro Jhn, ironmonger, Geo st 
Munro N, coachbuildt r, Stevenson 

ter 
Munro Rbt, saddler, Geo st 
Muir Miss Lucy, Alexandra pi 
Munro Mrs Chris., Burnbank ter 
Murcheson Mrs J., Tweeddale st 
Murrav Rbt, cabinetmaker, Bread* 
albane pi 



Mac 



McAloine Aw., sailor,Twe3ddalest 
McArthur Ax., banker, Stafford st 
McAr hur, Angus, land steward, 

Hazel cot 
McArthur Arohd., plumbar, Craig- 

more pi 
McArthur Ach., groc r, Soroba rd 
McArthur Chris., Victoria pi 
McArthur L. G., Alexandra hotel 
McArthur Miss Mary, George st 

McArthur Mrs Ann, Gorge at 
McArthur Mrs Mary, Victoria pi 
McArthur Peter, i aimer Polvinster 
McArthur Sarah, Balmoral villa 
McCaig Dug., bak. r, Geo. st 
McCaig Dun., banker, Geo. at 
McArthur Mary, Victoria pi 
McCaig John, labr., Geo. &t 
McCaig John C, banker, Geo. st 
McCaig Miss Cath., Georgs st 
McCail Dun., fisher, Back Shore st 
McCall Ach., cabinetmaker, Geo.st 
McCallum Alx , paint r, High st 
McCallum Colin, Lorn hotehSteven- 
son ter 

McCallum Don., steamboat captain, 

Burnbank ter 
McCallum Don., steamboat captain 

Breadalbane st 
McCallum Don., Mason, Tweeddale 

st 
McCallum Dun., farmer, Mill farm 
McCallum Dun, porter, Nursery 
McCallum Dn., carter,Back Shore s 
McCallum Dug., clerk, Longsdale 
McCallum Hu., solicitor, Claremont 

] lace ; ho Dunvorgan villa 
McCallum, Jas., joiner, Lorn ter 
McCallum, Jn. steamboat captain, 

St Kilda villa 
McCallum Jn., cabinetmaker, Vic- 
toria pi 
McCallum John, labr., High st 
McCallum John., labr., Quarry rd 
McCallum Mrs Marg., Lorn villa 
McCallum Mrs Mary, Soroba rd 



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Householders. 



Oban. 



McCalman Dun., tailor, Stevenson 

t. r 
McCalman Dm., carter, Charle? st 
McCalman Jas., tailor, Craigmora p 
McColl Agnea, High sb 
McColl Ang., labourer, Combie st 
McColl Dan., mineral manufacturer, 

Argyll sq 

McColl Don., labr., Shore st 
McColl Don., lab-., Tweeddala st 
McColl John, eroce^, Shore st 
McColl John, joimr, Battery ter 
McColl Neil, buil i r, Crescent rd 
Mc "oil Pt., tailor, Geo. sb 
Mconnacher Donald, joiner, Glen- 

s -eallach ter 
McConnach r Mrs Catherine,Glen- 

shealla h ter 
McConnacher Mrs Isa.,. High st 
McCormick Ang., carter Huh st 
McCorquodale Ax., labr., Quarr . r 1 
McCorquo aleHu., draper, Geo. st 
McCorquodale John, scavenger, 

Shore st 
McC rquodale Mai., Mariner, Shore 

st 
McCorquodale Mrs Janet GeDrge s i 

McCowan Hu., eroc r, Argyll sq 
McCrae ELen., painter, Battery ter 

McCubbin Mrs Ax., Strathaven er 
McCullcc i Allan, Air is pi 
McCulloch Arch., joiner, Breadal- 

ban lane 
McCulloc 1 Chas., ha hour master, 

Geo. sb 
McCulloch John, joiner, Geo. st 
McCulloch Jn., tail' r, Tweeddales 
McCulloch Jn., Ma°on, Combie st 
McCulloch John, Argyll sq 
McCull-'ch John, groc r, High st 
McCulloch Mary, Geo. st 
McDermid Ax., labr., Geo. sb 
McDonald Am., lab., Tweeddale sb 
McDonald Angus, joiner, High st 
McDonald Cath., High st 
McDonald Don., jor er, Nursery 
McDonald Don., lab., Quarry rd 
McDonald Janet, Columba ter 
McDonald Hu.,storeman, Stafford s 
McDonald Jas, masor, Scrcbn rd 



McDonald John, porter, Snora st 
McDonald Jn., boatbuilder, Shore s 
McDonald Jn., lab., High &t 
McDonald Jn., baker, Argyll sq 
McDonald Mrs Cath., Oc^avia pi 
McDonald Mn> Chris., Airds cres 
McDonald Mrs Flora, Geo. st 
McDonald Mur, Mason, Dalriach 
McDonald Right Rev Bis h op Ang., 

d.d., Loyola vil 
MeDonall Rod., gardener,Combie s 
McDonald W., lal>. Combie s L , 
McDougall Ax., grocer, Combie st 
McDougall R»;v. Ax., Scroba rd 
McDougall Am., builder, Combie st 
McDougall Am., steamboat capt, 

Ar_<\ 11 st 
M Do u all Ang., builder, Crasc.nt 
McDougall Ann, Cawdor id 
McDou all Arc ., bottler/ High st 
McDougall ('In., Mason, Combie st 
McDougall Coll grocar, Geo. sfc 
McDougall Du^d., mason,Argyle sq 
McDo a,i.all Dun., groc r, Geo . st 
McDougall Dun., sn., smith, Vic- 
toria pi 
McDougall Dun., jn., baker, Vic- 
toria 1 1 
McDougall Isabella S lma cot 
McDcugall Jane , George st 
McDougall Jessie C, Selma cot 
McDougall Jn., buildtr, Combie st 
McDougall Jn., carter, Combie st 
McDougall Jn., fisher, Snore st 
McDougall Jn., s eward, Him st 
McDou_all Jn., labr., Ar yll st 
McDougall Jn., re-istrar, iSclmacot 
McDougall Lieut. ^Col., Dunollie 
McDougall Mary, Se-ma cot 
McDougall Mary Ann, Batttry tr 
McDougall Miss Louisa, Dunollie 
McDougall M.ss Marg.. Carrick vl 
McDougall Mrs Eliz., Geo. st 
McDougall Mrs Flora, Geo. st 

McEwan Mrs Ann Combie st 
McFadyen Mits Ann Alexandra pi 
McFadyen Jn., lab., Snore st 

McFarlane Don., draper, Geo. st 
McFarlane Don., rorter, Argyll st 
McFarlane Duncan, coal Mer bant, 
jArg 11 s'[ 



Burgh of 



Householders. 



Oban. 



McEarlane Hu., draper, Soroba rd 
McFarlane Miss J Ann, George st 
McFarlane Jn., Mason, Bk Argyll st 

McFarlane Root., house 

agent and messenser-at-arms, 
&c., Stevenson ter ; ho Blair 
villa, Oban Hill 
McGeachan Jn., baker, Geo. st 
McGillivray Cath., Battery ter 
McGillivray Jn., joiner, Soni/i Pier 
McGillivray John,temperance hotel 

Olaremont pi 
McGillivray John, lab., ShdrJ st 
McGillivray Jn., watchmaker, Geo. 

st 
McGillivray Mrs Mary, Argyll sq 
McGillivray Mrd., restaurant- keep- 
er, George st 
M'Gilvray Ach., Mariner, S'aff rl s 
McGregor, As., Mason, Shore st 

McGregor Don., solicitor, Argyll st; 

ho Ellemlee villa 
McGregor Don,, coach proyri tor. 

Craig more pi 
McGregor Dun., draper, Gen. st 
McGregor Dun., waiter High so 
McGregor Joim, tailor, Higti sc 
•McGregor Mary, Airds crescent 
McGregor m ; ss Mary Marg., Burn- 
bank ter 
McGuill, Js., Mercht., Argyll sq 
Mclnnes Ax., tailor, Staffor t s~> 
Mcinnes Dan., s oemaktr, George 

Bt 

Mclnnes Dun., lab., Bk Sbcra st 
Mclnnes Miss Ellen Caw dor pi 
Mclnnes Mrs En ph., Burnside cot 
Mclnres Miss Elora, Bat'.e.y ter 
Mclnnes John, steward, Combiest 
Mclnnes, John, carter, South Pier 
Mclnnes Rev. Dun., Battery t r 
Mcintosh Jas., railway agent, Oc- 

tavia pi 
Mcintosh John, Mason, Argyll sq 
Mclntyre Ax., slater, Battery ter 
Mclntyre Aln., Mail driver, Tweed- 
dale st 
Mclntyre Ach., fisher, Shore st 
Iviclntyre Ach., fim r, High st 
Mcln yrj Dun., farm r, C bra^han 
ivluiniyie Dua., iailjr, L ra ter 

JL30 



Mclntyre Dun., Mariner, Burnbank 

ter 
Mclntyre Dun., baker, Breadalbane 

at 
Mclntyre Jas., tailor, Soroba rd 
Mclntyre Mrs Jane, Alexandra pi 
Mclntyre John, Lochvoil villa 
Mclntyre John, tailor, Shore st 
Mclntyre John, Mason, Argyll sq 
Mclntyre Isabella, High st 
Melntyr; M.,< airy man, Soc bard 
Mclntyre Pt., carter, High st 
Mclsaac John, baker, Ar.yll sq 
McKay Ang., plasterer, Geo st 
McKay Dan., bookseller, Geo. st 
McKav Don., cleik, Battery ter 
McKay Miss Mary, Battery ttr 

McKt'chnie Ax., Mason, Soroba rd 
McKechnic Jhn, labr., Mos^field 
McKechn e Mrs Sar., Twee idale st 
McKelvie, R B, md, Argyll sq 
McKenzie Dug, lab ., High st 
McKenzie Einy., lab., Quarry d 
McKenzie Mrs Mary, Stevenson tr 
McKemie W, aichitect, Faun cot 
MoKercher Pt, rir gg'st, Geo st 
McKichan Agn s, .Xweeddale ts 

McKillop, Ax, porfe 1 *, High st 
McKillop Dun., sho man, I 1 weed- 
dale st 
McKillopDnn, tailor, Geo. st 
McKillop Jhn, watchmaker, Giost 
McKillop Mrs Bxsy, Soroba rd 

McKinnon Ax, lab., Tv eaddale st 
McKinnon CLs, lab., Shore st 
McKinnon Don, weaver, a u re st 
McKinnon Mrs Jane, Argyle sq 
McKinnon Jhn, lab., Combie st 
McKinnon Ne., ironmonger, Car- 
rick villa 
McKinnon W, lab., Kirk st 
McLachlan Ax, fl slier, High st 
McLachlan Ann, Conjbi« st 
McLachlan m:s C th., Argyle Sq 
McLachlan Don, j.r cer, Cumbie st 
McLachlan Dug, dra er Lo.nebdgs 
McLachlan Hu, joine-, Lome b gi 
McLachlan Jhn, fisLer, 7 Sherd st 
McLachlan Jhn, fisntr, 10 S ore st 
McLachlan L, weaver, Ar_yll sq 



Burgh oj 



Householders. 



Oban. 



McLaggan Mrs Har., S'trathaven tr 
McLaine, L., clerk, Hiuh st 
McLanrin Mrs Ag., Craig-A d hot 
McLean Ax, Mas«»n. S roba r I 
McL an Aln, cait.-r, Hillsi He c >t 
McLean Mrs Cath., Tweeddale st 
McLean Don, joiner, Lorn ter 
Mc' exn Don, lb, Tweeddale st 
McLean Miss Flic, Heath cr.t age 
McL an Hecfc., sailor, Combie st 
McLean Mrs Isa., St Columba vil 
McLean wrs Jane, Rockfiel I villa 
McLean Jhn, piermaster, S. Pier 
McLean Jhn, lab., Quarry r I 
McLean Jhn, sn, lab, Comb : e st 
McLean Jim, Mason, Lorn \ev 
McLean Jim, lab., Shore st 
McL an Jhn, lab., Tweed lale st 
McLean Mi.r, Mason Hign st 
McLean Pc, solicitor, Wo >db:irnct 
McLean Rev. Jas., ALlphi cot 

McLeod Cln, lab., Quarry rl 
McLeod Djn, Sunnysidec )t 
McLe )d Don, Mason, Gombie st 

McL o 1 Dun, quirier, Bk Shore st 
Mc .eod Gab., gar lener, Battery tr 
MuLeod Ha, m rchant, High sb 

McL' cas Ang, cooler, Stevenson tr 
McLucas Ang, smish, Shore sb 
McLucas Mrs Jessie, Strathaven tr 
McLucas Sarah, Victoria pi 

McMaster Don, lab., Pa'k Gate c 
McMast-ir Ma;y, Columba ter 
McMillan Alex., farmer, high st 
McMillan Jhn, lab., Bk Shore st 
McKevin Maiilda High st 
McNab Ach, Mariner, Craigmore pi 
McNab Pt, carter, Soroba rd 
McNair Ann, Albert villa 
McNair Cath., Albert villa 

McNaughton Don, auctioneer, Geo 

st 
McNeil Don, shoemaker, Battery t 
McNeil Rev Jhn, Daisy Bank vil 
MciSe^ in Ax., George hotel 
McNicol Don, porber Geo st 
McPhail Ann Combie st 

1S1 



McPhail Ach, joiner, Geo st 
McPhail Don, Merchant, N. Pier 
McPhail Don. Mrcht, Achnashieho 
McPhail Dug, fisher, High st 
McPhail Dun, port; r, High sb 
McPhail Hu., coal Merchr, Steven- 
son t< r 
MePhail Mrs Isa., George st 
McPhail Jhn, fisher, Shore st 
McPherson Ax, fisher, Shore st 
McPherson Dun, Mercht, Argyll sq 
McPherson Dag, lab., Tweeddale a 
McPherson Mrs Eliza, Airds pi 
McPoersim Hct,tinsmith, Combie s 
McPherson Jhn, Mason, Geo st 
McQuien Ax, fisher, Geo st 
McQueen Dun, fisher, Shore st 
McTag^art Ax, joiner, Airds pi 
McTavish Ax, hotel kaeper, Geo st 
McTavish Ach, coal Mercht, Soro- 
ba rd 
McVean Miss Ann, Cawdor pi 
McVicar Ac i, Greimgarden cob 
McVicar Don, Gr^en^arden cot - 



N 



Nevin Adw, Masm, High st 

Nevin Jhn, plasterer, Quarry road 
Nicholson Ag, Mason, Glens oellaoh 
Nicholson Don, lab., Soroba rd 
Nicholson Jn, boatman, Soroba rd 
Nicholson Mai., boatman, Geo st 
Nicol Jas, solicitor, George st ; ho 

Craigievar villa 
Noble Don, photographer, G30 st 



Paters on. Dun, Mason, quar.y rl 
Pattison A D., advocate, Cilbjwiv 

lodge 
Pender Ax, builder, Geo st 
Poison Mrs Janet, Airds crescent 
Porter, Rbt, gardener, Pvoseneath t 



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Householders. 



Oban. 



R 



Riach Geo., plasterer, Quarry rd 
Rankine Chs, hairdresser, Steven- 
son ter 
Rankine Don., grocer, Geo st 
Rankine Miss J., dressmaker, SlCa 

enson ter 
Rankine Pet., s°n., Claremont cot 
Reid Dan, baker, Combie st 
Robb Miss Lillias Rosebank cot 
Robertson Jas, farmer, Gallanach 
Rodger Jhn, tailor, Breada bane pi 
Rodger W., load sw eyor, Battery 

ter 
Ross Rbt, lab, Tweed da^a sfc 
Rowan MrsD.,' rocn>, Ellenslea vil 

Rutherford John, photographer 

Clarem ont } 1 
Ryan John, fish merchant, High st 



S 



Scouler Robt, proprietor, Craig 1 aird 

road 
Sheddon Hu„ Mason, Ar_'yle st. 
Sim Jn., Fr., land a-ent, Cawdor p 
Sinclair Dun., builder, Bitiery ter 
Sinclair Hu., labourer, Combie st 

Sinclair Jo^n, Merchant, Stafford q. 
Sinclair Miss Chris., Stafford st 
Sinclair Miss Janet, Stafford st 
Skeoch Jas., bookseller. Hawthorn 

bank 
Skinner Hu., school mas + er, Geo st 
Smeaton Pt., Quay labourer, Geost 
Smith Ax., coachman, Burnbanktr 
Smith Ax., inspector, Alma ores 
Smith Jos., smith Longsdale 
Smith Rev Jhn., ECn manse 
Somerville Rich., coachman Tweel- 

. dale st 
Stevenson Jas, builder, Firgrove 
Se. enson, W. shoemkr., Argyll sq 
Stewart Chs, slater, High st 
Stewart Don, labr, High st 
Stewart Don, vintner, Airds pi 



S.ewart J F, grower, Bread albane s 
Stewart, Rod, fisher Shore st 
Strattan A., gardener, Hydropathic 
Sutherland Dvd, Gc Western hot 
Sutherland Jhn, Battery ter 
Swan Miss Chris., Charles st 



Taylor Rev W C, B a head cc>,. 
Thomson Dug., caitwrigtit, Combie 

st 
Tl om on Jhn, inspector, Burnbank 

ter 
Tod John, Stevenson ter 
Turner Lewis. Mariner, Argyll st 

Turner Mrs Cath., Glensheallach tr 
'iuipic Joan, baimaial vil 
Turkic Mrs Agnes, Balmoral villa 
Tyson Jas., Mas m, DaLiach 

V 

Vass Ax., sculpti r, Gowanbr^e. 



W 



Wallace Mrs Emelia, Comb'e st 
Watson GdO., painur, Lome bdg* 
Watson Rich., banker, Geo st 
Whyte Dan., uatchmaker, Geo st 
W, yte Miss Cath., George st 
Whyde Rev Chs., Glenlyon b dge 
Whyte W., baker, Sor ba rd 
Whyte W C, slater, Shore st 
Wilson Fran, Mason, Br^adalbane st 
Wilson John, joiner, Bellevuo ho 
Wilson, Johu, Crown Hotel, Caw, 

dor pi 
Wilson J. H., solicitor, Vic oria 1 1 
Wilson W., engmeer Lreadalbane st 
Wrighr, Ax. b,aker, Lome bldngs; 
Wyliie Jolin, quarr.er, Hign sc 



Young David, joiner, Lorn ter 

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THE WEST COAST DIRECTORY. 

Opinions of the Press : 
The West Coast Directory for "1884-5.— This Directory, which is published by Mi- 
George Higgie, West Coast Journal Office, Rothesay and Lochgilphead, will prove serviceable 
to many people who do business on the west coast. It professes to give details as to the 
counties of Bute, Ayr, (Largs), Argyle, Dumbarton, Renfrew, Inverness, Ross, Cromarty, 
Sutherland, Caithness, Wigtown, Kirkcudbright, and Dumfries. To take up such a widely- 
scattered and extensive district as this embraces indicates a work of great labour, and it 
need not surprise any one that there are errors of omission and commission within the work. 
In the Largs district a few important omissions seem to have been made ; but notwithstand- 
ing this the Guide is certain to prove a serviceable one. The list of officials, &e. , for Bute, 
Arran and the Cnmbraes, are likely to be reliable, and the labour of getting them up must 
have been considerable. A large number of useful tables are inserted in the work, which 
may be fitly described as both Guide and Almanac. Its blemishes may be the result of 
haste, and may be easily remedied in future issues. — Ayrshire, Weekly News. 

The West Coast Directory .for 1884-5 (compiled, printed, and published by George 
Higgie, West Coast Journal Office, Rothesay and Lochgilphead) will undoubtedly prove use- 
ful to all who have occasion to consult lis pages. The lie'ts of official persons and profes- 
sional gentlemen for Bute, Arran and the Cum braes are carefully given. The Largs district 
and the county of Argyll are also dealt with, besides some counties that can harilly be said 
to be on the West Coast. Part second of the work gives the names of the householders 
alphabetically arranged, whilst part third contains a street list ; part four embraces a con- 
siderable amount of very useful miscellaneous information as to valuation, population, con- 
stituencies, assessments, and fiars' prices— is in fact a sort of almanac— Glasgow Herald 

The West Coast Coast Directory for 1SS4-5, got up by Mr George Higgie, jouralist, 
Rothesay, is an evidence of the enterprise and public spirit that abound in Rothesay. It is 
one of the many little ways open, to an enterprising man to push bis own business, affording 
other tradesmen an opportunity of pushing theirs, and at same time giving the general 
public a deal of information, that is indispensable to residents at fashionable watering 
places; such as a list of officials, societies, valuation, population, relating to the counties 
and burghs in the west "coast of Scotland ; also, a list of householders, and other time-tables 
that form a necessary adjunct to a handy, useful Coast' directory. Mr Higgie also 
publishes the West Coast Commercial Almanac and Business Directory, which contains 
information of a more miscellaneous character. — Ardro-san and Path-oats Herald. 

A copy of the West Coast Directory for [1884-5 has been placed in our hands. It is 
published by Mr George Higgie, of Rothesay, and is a most comprehensive compilation, 
including a mass of useful statistical information relative to the counties and burghs of the 
West Coast, and also a list of householders in Bute, Arran, the Cum braes, and Oban. The 
county of Argyll portion is extremely accurate and the same may be said of the details con- 
cerning.Dunoon, Campbeltown, Tighnabruaich, Tarbert, Ardrishaig, Lochgilphead, Inveraray, 
Islay, Tobermory, and Oban, though in regard to, our own town the steamboat intelligence 
seems to require recasting. Altogether, the Directory, is an honest shilling's worth, and 
will be found invaluable to merchants and traders in the West Highlands. Mr Higgie has 
certainly improved upon last year's edition, and has produced a thoroughly useful work of 
reference.— Oban Telegraph. 

The West Coast Directory.— Mr George. Higgie, of Rothesay, publisher of the West 
Coast Journal, has just issued his directory for 1884-5. This year it has been considerably 
extended, and embraces an official list of the public officials, society office-bearers, house- 
holders, street lists, &c, in the county of Bute, Isle of Arran, the Cumbraes, county of Ayr, 
Largs, county of Argyll, Dunoon district, Tighnabruaich, Campbeltown, Tarbert, Lochgilp- 
head, Ardrishaig, Inveraray, Oban, Isle of Islay, Tobermory, &c. A series of useful tables 
are also given, and a very good map of tie coast. This publication should be in the hands 
of eveiy one having business conections with the west coast. — Kirkcudbright Advertiser. 

West Coast Directory.— The West Coast Directory for lS84-5,compiled, printed,and pub- 
lished by George Higgie, Rothesayhas heen issued. It contains all the lists given in former 
years, with necessary alterations and improvements added. The directory is arranged in 
three parts, embracing a mass of information which must prove useful both to -strangers and 
residents concerning the counties of Bute, Ayr, Argyle, Dumbarton'; Renfrew, Inverness, 
Ross, Cromarty, Sutherland, Caithness, Wigtown, Kirkcudbright, and Dumfries. Several 
tables,fnumerous statistics, are also included. — Evening Citizen. 

The West Coast Directory for 1884-85 (Mr George Higgie, Rothesay).— This is a very 
comprehensive and methodically-arranged handbook, giving lists of public officials, society 
office-bearers, valuation, population, &c, relating to the counties and burghs of the West 
Coast, and a mass of useful information, which appears to have been both carefully and 
completely compiled. The edition before us fully maintains the character aquired by previ- 
ous issues of this work ; indeed, it is fuller of information this year than ever. It has a taste- 
ful aspect, and, from the large amount of information which may be gleaned from its pages, 
it should prove a valuable compendium . Emanating as it is does from the press of Mr Higgie 
in the small town of Rothesay, it does credit to the publisher. No doubt many business 
people will " take in " the new issue of the "West Coast Directory," which is published at the 
modest price of one shilling. It merits the large circulation which it now obtains. — Cowal 
Watchman. 

The West Coast Directry is compiled printed, and published by Mr George Higgie 
Rothesay, and contains a mass of information. It will be found of great value as a reference 
book.— Greenock Telegraph. 



PART III. 



STRE 




PARISH OF 

ROTH ESAY, 



Albany terrace 

Mrs Park 

Mis McLachUn 
Mrs Taylor 
John Adamson 
Mrs Comrie 
Jas B Turner 
Webster 

Albert place. 

2 A. Brown & Son, dra- 
pers 
John Smith, fish- 
monger 

4 James Scott 
J. Binnie 

Daniel Reid, boatman 

5 D. Munro 

6 Robert Smith, shoe- 

maker 

7 Hugh Lauder 

8 Hu. Lauder, jeweller 

9 Alexander Rankiue, 
fruiterer 

10 Donald McArthur, 

11 Neil McDonald, sea- 
man 



Ax. Nicholson, joiner 
Jas. Stirfcon, joiner 
Jas. Kennedy, seaman 

12 R. Taylor, stationer 
Mrs Wright 

13 Wm.Brownlie, flesher 

14 Rbt. Watson, grocer 
Mrs Mary Stewart 
Gilbert Fleming, 

sheriff officer 
Mai. Martin, tailor 
Jn. Thomson, seaman 
16 T. C.Stewart, tobacco- 
nist 

Alma terrace. 

Hugh Morton, grocer 
Donald McArthur 

draper 
Joseph Black, grocer 
Mrs Isabella Black 
Mrs Miller 

Ardbeg road. 

Henry G. F. Newall, 
gentleman, Eilyer h 
Hugh Urquhart, spirit 
dealer 



Francis Oatman 
Mrs Strachan 
Arch. McNicol, sea- 
man 
Miss Janet Ewing 
Pt Guthrie, grocer 
R B Stewart, contrac- 
tor 
Hugh McBride 
75 Andrew Ward 

Neil McNeil 
75 Alex. McB. Crawford, 

manure agent 
74 Miss Mgt. Bannatyne 
Mrs Cath. Turner 
John S. McAndrew 
Allan Munro 
William McLaggan, 

librarian 
Dn. Currie, cab owner 
James Finnie, grocer 
Jas. G. Finnie, clerk 
Cor. McGallaglay 
Mrs McLean 
71JAw. Blair, gardener 
James McLean, coal* 
dealer 
69 Miss Martha Paterson 
65 J. G. Johnston 

133 



Bwgh oj 



Street List. 



Rothesay 



Mrs Mary Webster 
61 Miss Rosina Hagart 

William Barrett 
59 Mrs McLean 
Mary McFie 
58 John Kiston Wilson 
57 J. M'Intosh 

Mrs Sarah -Hope 
54 John G. Johnston, 
gentleman 
Mrs H' pe 
56 Pt. McDougal, engin- 
eer 
53 Ax. Y. acock, plumber 
52 John F. Henderson, 

gentleman 
5^Miss Jane Murdoch 
Daniel Miller, cabman 
Thomas Currie 
Mrs Marion McArthur 
5b Mrs Janet Gunn 

John Fowler 
49 Miss Margt. Boston 
47 Miss Ann McFie 

Jn. Fowler,gent) eman 
46 Adam S. Ogilvie, ex- 
excise officer 
44 Dun. Chisolm, gar- 
dener 
43 Miss Ann Hannay 
Mrs Ann Rodgers 
Miss Young 
Mrs Smith 
Wra Russell 
Peter Graham 
Alex Peacock 
My. Ann McKechnie 
42 Alex. Pollock 
41 Miss Rankin 

Mrs Petrie 
40 Miss Mary Turnbull 
39 Matthew Turnbull 
38 Peter Dunbar, artist 
37 Mrs Eiiz. Gilles 
35 David McHaffie, iron- 
merchant 
33 Christina, Jane, and 

Jessie Goold 
32 Mrs Brand 
31£Janet Stewart 

Rt. Campbell, bottle- 
blower 
134 



Wm. Munn, heritor 
Mrs Betsy McKelvie 
N.Campbell, gardener 
30 John Brown, grocer 
29 Mrs Leitch 

Miss Eliz. Thomson 
Miss Margt. Thomson 
Mis3 Eliz. Allan 
23 Miss Agnes Logan 
Mrs E ; iz. Gillies 
Mrs Cath. McDonald 
Misses Eliz, Margt., & 
Mary Ann Thomson 
27 Mrs Ann Turnbull 
Miss Janet Alexander 
Miss McDonald 
Mrs Fulton 
Mrs Ann Marshall 
21 Miss Lid die 
20 Wm. Patrick, seaman 
18 Miss Allan 
16 Mrs Euph. Young 
14 Robt. Orr, sheriff sub. 
13 Miss Mary R. Law 
12 Mrs Mary Croil or 

Macbride 
11 Mrs Scott 
— M'Pherson 
W. Henderson, grocer 
Wm. Murdoch 
Jn. Brown, seaman 
Mrs Borland 
John Brown, seaman 
Rev. Samuel Crabb 
Mrs Lang 
Miss Eliz. Foulds 
Mrs Jean Hutton 
Jn. Sproul, joiner 
6 Jn. Brown, seaman 
6 Jn. Nicholson, gentle 

man 
5 Ax. Williamson, ship 

master 
2 Mrs Eliz. B. Buch 

anan 
1 Wm. Montomerie 
Gerge Miller, ship- 
master 



Ardmory road. 
Jas A Petrie, shipping 
agent 



Mrs Hamilton 
Farquhar Fmlayson, 
shipmaster 

Arch. Craw foid, wri- 
ter 

John Bowie, dyer 

Christina, Janet and 

Agnes Gibson 
Mi-»s Li v say 

Geo Sharp 

Argyle place. 

Royal Roth. Aquatic 
Club-House 
24 Mis J. Black 

Alex. Duncan, tailor 
Miss Hileu Whyte 
Miss Agnes Black 
21 Mrs W~C Harvey 
20 Peter Campbell, sher- 
iff officer 
19 Captain J. Hill, ship- 
owner 
18 

Mrs Eliz. Lockie or 

Akie. 
Mrs J. L. Kelly 
17 Mrs McGaw 
16 Miss Wales 
15 T. Fyfe, carpenter 
1 4 Mrs Love 
A. Primrose 
Mrs H. C Campbell 
Miss McNab 
12 Alexander Rankine, 

fruiterer 
11 Jas. Hunter, grocer 
10 Miss Campbell 
9 Chr. McGuire, spint- 

dealer 
8 John Mo Alpine, con- 
fectioner 
John Pollock 
6 Miss M'Cieady 

J. Fisher 
6a Mrs Hannay 
5 John Snod b rass 
4 John Duncan, joiner 
2'Eben. Stewart, cork 
cutter 
Miss Helen Brown 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



^Rothesay. 



1 Thomas Campbell, 
tobacconist 

Argyle street. 

45 Mrs Mclsaac 
44 J. Yeats 
43 Miss McNicol 
Mrs Ronald 
Mrs McKinlay 
42 Mrs Mclnnes 
41 Wm. Burton, club- 
master 
Mrs Stewart 
40 Mrs M'Kinnon 
Mrs Campbell 
Mrs Stewart 
39 Royal Northern Yaeht 
Club House 
D. Macphersoa, hotel- 
keeper 
36 Neil Olarkson, grocer 
34 Miss Janet Kirkwood 
33 David Jaekson 

John McKim, spirit- 
dea'er 
32 Robt. Watson, steam- 
boat agent 
Misa Georgia a Coats 
30 J. M. Nisbet, organist 
30iM irgt, , & Jt. Howie 
29 Mrs Wilson 
28 Henry Ormsby 
27 Mrs Aw. H. Paton 
Mrs McEwen 
Mrs McWhirter 
Robt. Edgar, farmer 
Miss Tnomsou 
25 Henry Ormsby, hotel 
keeper 
New Parish Church 
22 Mrs Lamont 

John Dmald, drill- 
instructor 
George Gray, black- 
smith 

Andrew McAllister, 
measurer 
George lunes, pawn- 
broker 
James McClure 
Mrs Mary Clunas 
Mrs Miller 



Flora Graham 
Mrs McKellar 
21 Moore Gilchrist, ship- 
master 
20 John Stark, painter 
Mrs Hall 
Samuel Keats, coasb 

guarl 
Henry Walker, do 
Arch. Dewar, ship- 
ping agent 
18 Robert Duncan, shoe- 
maker 
17 John Carson 
Mrs Janet Sallars 
Miss Margt. Wyllie 
Peter Yell, seaman 
Jam s Wilson 
16 Mrs Mary Mason 
M'-s Janet Macfie 
15 Peter Connell, shoe- 
maker 
Mrs KHz. Sharp 
Jt. Buchanan, spirit- 
dealer 
14 Mrs Mary Crossbie 
Mrs My. McDougall 
Mrs ChristinaMcLean 
Miss E Hyndman 
13 Mrs Janet Anderson 

James McLaren 
12 Mrs Ann Eerrier 
Miss Agnes Wyllie 
Geo. Robertson, joiner 
Thorn is Simpson 
Maiy McLean 
Js. McLea 
11 Hgh. Thompson,post- 
man 
Arch. McLachlan 
Mrs Mary McKinnel 
Miss Ann Eraser 
Janet Hunter 
Rout. McKinlay shoe- 
maker 
Br. McMillan, wright 
James Reid 
10 Rubert McFie, grocer 
Mrs Mary McAlpine 
Wm. Mitchell, gentle- 
man 
Rt.|Robertson, spirit- 
dealer 



Mrs Jessie Little 
Mrs Hannay 
Miss Alexander 
John Blick, baker 
Magnus Park, seaman 
Miss Jessie Muir 
8 R M. Duncan, confec- 
tioner 
7a Arch. Jamieson, gar- 
dener 
7 Do 

Jimes Cunningham, 
Malcolm Buchanan, 

grocer 
6a Geo Russell, draper 
6 Hu. Black, baker 
5 Hugh Black, restau- 
rateur 
4 Miss Cath. Duncan 
Miss Jessie Lsckie 
Mrs Margt. Barr 
3 \ Angus Rob.r-son, 

upholsterer 
3 Robt McGee, grocer 
Geo. Miller, harbour- 
master 
1 Robt. McGee, grocer 
Josoph Shanl 



Argyle terrace. 

35 J. A. Walker 

34 Miss McColl 

John Black, engin- 
eer 
Thomas Hart 
S. Grahame 
Miss Eliz. Brown 
John McFarlane 
James Park, gent- 
leman 
Mrs McColl 
Mrs Margt. Anderson 
John R. Thomson 

25 Mrs Gunn 

23 John Duncan, joiner 

29 Mrs Harrison 

27 Cath. Gilles, dress- 
maker 
Skinner 

11 James Scrimner 



135 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



Rothesay. 



17 Archibald Mcintosh, 

druggist 

Miss Mtg. McTntosh 

13 Mrs Annie Y. Hunter 

9 Wm. H. Ellis, salmon 

fisher 
7 Mrs Cath. McKinlay 
1 Misses Chris., Jessie, 
and Margaret Mc- 
Kinlay 
1 Miss Mary Sheriff 
A. Hunter, draper 
Jos. Shand, painter 
Joseph Henderson 



Ascog. 



Mrs Jn. Renney, 
Rev. John Hanson 

Dugald McCorkindale 
Mrs Ctclia Stuart, 

Montford 
Peter Brown, gardener 
W. Hartley, engineer, 
Millhole 
McAdam , gardner 

Ballocligoy ter. 

Mrs M. Knox Mac- 
adam 
John Gowdii 
Mrs Bailie 
William McMillan 
Jn. Moodie, black- 
smith 

Barone road. 

Jn.McCormick, mason 
Mrs Andrew McLach- 

lan, 
Mrs A. S, Terrier 
John Perry, grocer 
Js. McFarlane,farmer 
Walter Swan, wood- 
cutter 
Wm. Heaton,, shop- 
man 

McFarlane, 
Mrs Ferguson 
Dl. Keith, plasterer 
136 | 



Thomas Mason 
Mrs Mason, grocer 
Isaac Holden, tin- 
smith 
John Barr, tenter 
Mrs Hammond 
Mrs Servic •, fruiterer 
Donald C. Murray, 

painter 
Dav. I. Morris, baker 
Jas. McNab, gasfhter 
Mrs Macfie 
Mrs Mnrion Young 
Jos. Leighton, farmer 
Mrs Ths. J. Burnie 
Ross McG-uiness, 

spirit-dealer 
Gavin Fleming, gar- 
dener 
Jas. Anderson, mason 
Thomas Thomson, 

spirit-dealer 
Rev. Neil McKinnon 
James Heaton, spirit- 
dealer 
Js. Kay, forester 
Bellevue — Roman 
Catholic Orphanage 
Dobbin James, Beam 
and Sca'e maker 
James Dobbie, beam and 
scale maker 



Battery place. 

1 Wm. Duncan, druggist 
1a Skinner 

2 Jackson 
2a Dr Lawson 

3 Nl. Brown, coal agent 

4 R'.bt. Macrie, Harbour 

Master 

5 Dr. And. Hall, m.d. 

6 John C. Sharp, draper 

7 Wm. Hunter, m.d. 

8 Mi33 Cotes, toy-dealer 

9 Hector McKinnon, 

stationer 

10 Miss Annie Wilson 

11 Miss Robin a Dodd 

12 Miss My. Ann Brown 

13 Wm. Moodie, v.s. 



15 Mrs Ann Brown 

16 John McMillan, ship- 

master 

17 Mrs Johnston 

Miss Gray Alexander 

19 Jn. Cuon.be Maddever 

sen., surgeon 

20 Thomas McNab, tin- 

smith 

21 Mihs Birnie 

22 My. and Srh. Stewart 
Mrs Mw Cunningham 
Miss Birnie 

23 Rt. Burness, saddler 

24 Mrs Mary McKirdy 

25 Do. 

26 Do. 

27 Mrs Waugb 

28 David Lyall 

29 Rt. M. Kirdy, banker 
Doi al 1 Lamont 

Royal Aquariam 
Glen burn Hydropathic 

Establ sbment 
John Webster, shoe 

maker 



Bishop street. 

1 Neil Crawford, flesher 
Mrs Cunningham, 
laundress 
3 Andw McKirdy, car- 
riage-hirer 
And. Mackirdy, jun., 

joiner 
Neil Crawford, flesher 
Robt. Blue, mason 
John Wilson, black. 

smith 
Js. Laidlaw, plasterer 
Mrs Isa. McKirdy 
Mrs Mary McKinnon 
Miss MaryMac.arlane 
James Duncin, taior 

5 Mis Ann Middleiton 
Magaret McKinnon, 

midwife 
Dl. Henderson, sea- 
man 

6 George McDonald 

tailor 

7 James Black,gardener 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



Rothesay. 



Mrs Alexand r, dress- 
make r 
Mis James Middleton 

dress naker 
Robert Blue, masun 
Mary Crawford 
Archibald Henderson, 

steamboat pi ot 
Dainel Henuerson, 

peaman 
Mrs Cunningham, 

laundress 
And. McKirdy, junior, 

joiner 
G. McKirdy, fisher- 
man 
And. McKirdy, cab- 
owner 
9 Mrs Walker, spirit 
dealer 
11 John Smith, joi- ei 
Thomas Allan, mason 
Did. McMillan, joiner 
13 Duncan Black, c Lb- 
owner 
William Mclntoah, 

accountant 
Mrs Jane Cochrane 
James Taylor, gentle- 
man 
John Montgomerie, 
baker 
17 Hugh Johnston, shoe- 
maker 
19 Robert White 
23 Dugald Weir, steward 
27|MiRs Helen McLellan 
Mrs Janet Maitland 
Miss Grace McAlister 
Miss Janet Davidson 
31 Parochial Board 

Offices— John Kidd, 
inspector 
33 John McKirdy, con- 
tractor 
4 Wm. Burgeon fish- 
monger 
6 John Glen, seaman 

George Smith, mason 
8 Rothesay Sb John's 
Masonic Lodge 
16 Neil Brown, coal 
merchant 



Janet Duncan 
18 Alex. Stewart, van- 
drive- 
John Clark, bottler 
Al x. Stoddart, a^eit 
Jn. McLachlan, grocer 
30 Mrs McDougall 
32 Ax. McKinnon, ssmn. 
34 Ducii. Reid, sen., shoe 

maker 
36 Mrs Srew.frt 
36 Hugh Weir, seaman 

A ex. McDonald labr. 
38 Adam Boyd, agent 
John McCallum, s op- 
ma i 
Mrs Fnllarton 
Mrs Mary Gi Ion 
Donald Campbell, 

quarrier 
Ahx. Rov, mason 
Watson & McKirdy, 

conductors 
Arch. Logan, groc r 
Jam i s Wood, carv-r 
40 Mrs Wilson 

M.V6 Mary Brooks 
James G;en 
Dut;can Cameron, sea- 
man 
42 John O'Kelly, labr. 

Bishop terrace. 

Thomas W Alexander, 

writer 

Mrs Buchanan 
Miss Margt. Morrison 
James Heron, grocer 
Robert Gascoigne 

Wtldon, M.A., canon 
Rev. Pr. Macfarlane, 

B.A. 

Arch McKirdy, manu- 
facturer 

John McKirdy. manu- 
facturer 

Bishop Terrace brae. 
Alex. Brown, seaman 
Mrs Margt. Lambie 
Miss Cath . Browu 



27 Miss Margt. Duncan 
Miss Mary McKir ly 
John Her >p, b.ker 

Miss Bliz. Reisb rg 
Alex. Smith, m= sm 
Miss Mary G lchr st 
Gilb3rt McKinnon 



Bogany. 



D. Duncan, merchant 



Bridqe street. 



2 Jas. Taylor, flesher 

Mrs Sarah Lennox 

Margt. Mary Weir 

4 J. Frase-, watchmkr. 

6A'ex. Nisbet, carter 

Miss McLean 
8Robt. Taylor, flesher 
10 Daniel Cunningham, 

plumber 
12 Mrs Agnes Dickie 

Mrs Leggatt 
14Mi-s Mary Wilson 
16 John Adamsou, sen., 
photographer 
John Adamson, jun., 
photographer 
18 Miss Euphemia Gray 
Cln. Campbell, carter 
20 Miss Margt. McLea 
22 Geo. Higgie, printer 
Miss Janet McLea 
Daniel Ferguson 
24 Aln. McLean, painter 
Sergeant Donald 
M. McLean, p 1 cen an 
Mrs Wilson, washer- 
woman 
Jn. Campbell, labourer 
26 Jas. Lochart, letter- 
carrier 
28 Mrs Mary Flanhigaa 

Flora McKay 
30 Mrs Ann Walace 
32 John McKndy, black- 
smith 
36Mrs Margt. Jamieson 
Archibald McAlister, 
labourer 

137 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



Rothesay. 



Andw. Kerr, mason 
43 Mrs Mary McPhail 
Miss Ay. McCullum 
D. Shaw, Uiuk smith 
Hugh Bl ir, cabman 
38 Dugald Weir, boot- 
maker 
73 Wit. Black, labourer 
Js. A. Box, labourer 
John Mathieson, la- 
bourer 
Arch. Currie, cabman 
Jas. A. Leckie, slater 
35 Mrs K lly 

James Dorrance 
Mrs Isa. McDonald 
35 Peter Mclntyre, boat- 
man 
James B^ir, mason 
Thos Wallace 
83 Mrs Cath. Black 
Neil Hill, seaman 
Eliza Coulter, 
31 William M. Leckie, 

slater 
29 Do. Yard 

27 Miss Mary McMillan 
Charles Boyle 
Thomas Donaldson, 
fisherman 
25- Urie & McLean, 
joiners 
Arch. Murray, carrier 
23 Mrs Sharp 
Jane McNeill 
Ei\ McKie 
19 Mis b.hz. Brown 
17 Jas. Smith, baker 
15 Murdoch McKenzie, 
reporter 
Mrs Joseph Wilson, 

spirii- iealer 
William Hay 
Mrs Macfarlane 
Ferguson & Son, join- 
ers and builders 
13 Laculan Ferguson, 
joiner 
Jas. Cumming, sen., 

porter 
Jas. Cumming, jun., 
11 Miss Chris, McKirdy 

138 



9 Alex. Keir, eating- 
house-keeper 
5 Cath McFarlane 
Jn. McPherson, fish- 
erman 
5 Mrs Kell 
Mrs Burnie 
Thos. Derby, painter 
David Moors 
3 Cameron, hairdresser 
1 West End Hall 



Bridge-End street. 

1 Dun. Fletcher, tailor 
Euphemia Nicholson 
Arch. Cunuingham, 

joiner 
Miss Brown 
5 Samuel Miller, spirit- 
merchant 
7 Good Templar's Hall 
Mrs Mary Wood 
Mary Burns 
9 Ang. Murdoch, shoe- 
maker 
11 Miss Mary Black 
Mrs Eiiz. Lugton 
Miss Mary Lugton 
Miss Eliz. Mache 
15 John Auderson, boot- 
maker 
Mrs Rice 

Hugh Sharp, grocer 
17 Arch. Black, labourer 
19 M'-s Mary Darroch 
Geo. Ban kin e, seaman 
Angus Brown, mason 
23 Angus Bowie 
25 Mrs Campbell 

John C. Jamieson, 

plasterer 
Mrs Cameron 
Isa Anderson 
John Shields 
27 Donald Macfie 
John McFadyan 
Mrs Walker 
Jn.R mkiue,fisherman 
John Giay 
Mrs Lusk 
22 Colin Robertson 



Wit. Marshal., mill- 
worker 
21 Thos. Simpson, car- 
riage hirer 
20 Ron. Livingston, tan- 
ner 
Don. McLean, shmkr. 
Dan. McLean, flesher 
John O'Neil, labourer 
Mrs McDougall 
Mrs Mary Kerr 
Wm. Rrss, painter 
Juhn Blue 
Neil Brown 
14 Agnes Giiiie3 

Ang. McFarlane, car- 
ter 
John Gillies, dyer 
Flora McLean 
Jn. Paterson's slater's 

yard 
AndwDodds', joiner's 

yard 
U. P. Church 

4 Alex. Crichton spirit- 

dealer 

2 J?. A. Walker, grocer 
20 Walter Duncaa, gar- 
dener 

Brighton Terrace. 

12 R. Morrison 

11 Miss owbotham 

10 Miss Holmes 

9 E. Livingstone 

8 Mrs Sma 1 

7 Mis Mitchell 

6 Mrs Ful ou 

5 Mr 5 M'lndoe 
4 W. M'Jn osh 

3 R. Burns 

2 Mrs Gurzmer 
1 APaye 



Castle street. 

Public Buildings — John 
T. Wilson, town- 
clerk 
5 Janet McLean, grocer 
7 Duucau B.ue, boat- 
man 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



Rothesay. 



Duncan McLachlan 
Thos. Macfie, shoe 
maker 
13 Daniel Watson, smith 
W. Brownlie, flesher 
Neil Jamieson, wood- 
cutter 
Adam D. Macheth 
John Paterson, slater 
D. L. Lamont 
19 Sam. Orr, seaman 
Mrs John Thomson 
James Derby, painter 
Peter Muir 
Mrs Poole 

Jas. Thorburn, fisher- 
man 
Alex. Smith, coil mer- 
chant 
Myles George, shoe- 
maker 

23 Nl. Lamont, gardener 
Mrs Meller 

26 John McColl shoe- 
maker 

24 Miss Mary Brown 
Miss Mary Mac fie 
Mrs Simpson 
Free Parish Church 

jThos. Anderson tailor, 
18 Dl. Morrison, police- 
officer 
Peer McCallum 
Arch. McLean, seaman 
Jamc s Munro 
16 George W. Gough, 
Dugald Mcfie, painter 
marine draughtsman 
Miss Rowan 
John Taylor 
Jess e M-Nab 
Mrs Oath . Lee 
John Baxter, police 

officer 
Don.McMillan, joiner, 
14 Arch, Macfie, writer 
10 William A. Wilson, 
printer 
Miss M'Millan 
12 Neil McLean steam- 
boat agent 
Alexauder Galbraith, 
spirit dealer 



3 ¥m. T. Daly, spirit- 
dealer 
6 John Slaven, slater 
Wm. T. Daly, spirit 

dealer 
A. M/Kinnon 
Arch. McKinnon, sea- 
man 
4 J. M'Leish 
Mrs Green 

Dugald McA. Black, 
grocer 
2 Do. 



Castlehill street. 

Mrs Mary Robertson 
Js. Johnston, mason 
14 George Livingston, 

saddler 
16 Mrs Jean Campbell, 
Mrs Sommerville, 

spirit dealer 
Rob. Brown, tenter 
Thomas Mnsterton 
18 Mrs Jean Campbell, 

spirit merchant 
20 Mrs Mary Mcintosh 
24 J. T. Harvey, seaman 
Dugald Leitch, joiner 
Ed. Ward, saddler 
Dugald Murdoch 
26 Jas. MuFarlane, spirit 
dealer 

Ohapelhitt road. 

Jn. Duncan, baker 

Archibald Campbell, 
cashier 

Wm. Lauder, joiner 

Allan Liston 
spirit-dealer 

Win. Darroch 

Robt Jardine, boat- 
builder 

John Adamson & Son, 
photographers 

Robt. Fisher tailor, 



Colum skill place. 

2 Dun. Walker, carter 



Mr 3 Agnew 
Mrs Mc Arthur 

6 Roderick Chisholm 
Mrs Robertson 

Jn. Robertson, carrier 
Robt. Macfie, joiner 

8 Arch. Walker, black- 

smith 
10 John Ward rone 

9 Miss Mary McLachlan 

7 Peter McNiCol, gent- 

leman 

5 Mrs Jn. Robison, 

3 Wm. Baxter, police- 

officer 

1 Jas. Thomson, shoe- 

maker 

Columskill street 

2 John Halbert, grocer 

4 Mrs Bass 

John Webster, shoe- 
maker 
Arch Turner 

6 John Brown, tinsmith 
Mrs Chrisoie 

Mrs McKenzie 
10 Christina Tnomsou 

Mary Hutcnison 

Ju. Robertson, carrier 

James Scott, s^iri.- 
dealer 
Jas. Aitchison, grocer 

Ts. Aitchison, grocer 
14 Dl. McLachlan,grocer 
16 Do. 

18 Mrs Kerr 

Miss Shaw 

Alex. Miller, joiner 

Mrs Angus 

Janet Drumgoyle 
20 Edwin B. Jago, com- 
merical traveller 

John Hunter, joiner 
22Wm. Dobbie, joiner 

Miss Ei iz. McDonald 

Daniel Hope 

Mrs Robimi Stewart 

Thos. Taylor, joiner 
24 Mrs Cath. Miller 
26 Mrs Jean Kerr 

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Ax. Robertson, carter 


W. Shaw 


W. Leck : e 


Margt. Mc A lister 


6 Misses Mitch* 11 


Mrs MeMnrchie 


32 Geo. 'H. Cavill, sea- 


Arch Adam 


Wm. Pdttigrew, con- 


m n 


18 Mrs Miry Grant or 


fectioner 


William Mac fie 


Miller 


Mrs Annie Mcintosh 


Thomas Bryson 


14 Alex. McLean, ship. 


J. Huston 


Wm. Watson, mecha- 


owner 


Wm. CarayMansfield, 


nic 


15 Peter Gl sn, 


clerk 


Wm. Lindsay, painter 


16 Robt. Tayl >r, builder 


Misses Mar T t., Agnes, 


Mrs Erskine 


17 Mrs McNab 


Isabella, & Martha 


Mrs Millar 


18 Mrs Janet Bow 


Gemmell 


Mrs Eliz. Yuille 


19 Ja. Thomson, gentle- 


Miss Robin a Dunbar 


Archibald Kaye 


man 


Mis? M'Vey 


Hugh Black, baker 


20 Jn. T. Wilson, town- 


Jn. C. Stewart, grocer 


25 Mrs Mot tgomerie 


clerk 


Capt. R. Oikta 


19 Ninian Duncan, cow- 


21 Mrs Christina Glen 


Colin Spalding 


feeder' 


22 Mrs Mcintosh 


Cnlin B. Turn;r 


Alex. Crawford, coal- 


25 Jessie & Georgina 


Rev John Rutherfor 


dealer 


R id 


Mrs Adam 


17 Alex. Stewart, gent. 


28 Mrs F. Stark 


Did. McMillan, joiner 


Mrs Mary Brown 


Dugald Morrison, gar- 


A. Duncan 


15 Ninian Duncan, cow- 


dener 


' Miss Jessie Turnbull 


feeder 


Mrs Chris.McTaggart 


' Hush Lauder 


Robt. St wart & Co., 


Jn. Morrison,engineer 


T. Masterton 


seed dealers' store 






11 Daniel Duncan, plas- 
terer 


Crichton road. 


Croft lane. 
2 Mrs Howard 


Alex. Cunningham, 


Dr Mc Intyre 


John Lusk, quarrier 


plumber 


Mrs Robertson 


Mrs McKeller 


Thomas Murray, joiner 


Mrs It. MKinlay 


4 Neil Black, labourer 


Wm. Duncan, plumber 


James Hunter 


Peter Glen, senior, 


Mrs Henderson 


James Scott 


fisherman 


Hu. Johnston, joiner 


Nl. McMillan, brick- 


Peter Glen, jun., 


" Mrs Love 


layer 


fisherman 


G. Allan, blacksmith 
J. Miller & Son's 


Miss Cath.McKechnie 
Thos. Hodge, stock- 


^Alexander^McMillan, 
labourer 


slaters' yard 


bn ker 


Wm. Morrison, la- 


5 Wm. Miller, slater 


Miss Mary McColl 


bourer 


3 Roman Catholic 


Robt Stewarb 


James Hamilton, la- 


Chapel 


Mrs Lamont 


bourer 


1 Rev. Geo. J. Smith 


Robt. Kay, farmer 


Quintin McLellan,black? 




Mrs Hope 


smith 


Craigmore. 


Alex. Orkney, ship- 
owner 


Drill Hall 


1 Samuel Galbraith 


John McKay, teacher 




metal merchant 
3 J; s Shaw Maxwell 


J. Hope 
Malcolm Crawford 


Dean Hood place. 


Mrs Jr. Wdliamson 


Mrs E. Neilson 


Arch. Campell, grocer 


Mrs Margt. Hether- 


John Cameron, ship- 


Mrs Little, dairy 


ington 


owner 


keeper 


4 Mrs Cath. Bla : r 


Mrs M'Lean 


Rt., McKinlay, shoe- 


5 Wa.k^r 


Richard McKenzie, 


| maker 


HO 


shipmaster 


1 



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Rothesay Express 
Office — Murdoch 
Mackenzie 
John Rankine, fish- 
monger 
John Duncan, joiner 

East Princes si 

1 Miss Ro 1 ertson 
Mrs Laranut 

3 Mrs Walker, spirit 

dealer 

4 M ss ELlen McLellan 

5 Samu 1 Irvine, s.ioj 

maker 
5J MissDuncin 
Miss Helen Harkness 
Samuel Irvine, shoe 
maker 

A. Stoddart, salt 
agent 
Aiex.,& Edw. McNab, 

joiners 
Jn. McNab, tinsmith j 
J A Walker, grocer 
7Dav. Robertson, biker 

8 Jn. Smith, fishmonger 
Andrew Bums 

Miss M'Lean 

9 Andrew Burns, spirit 

dealer 

10 John Montgomerie, 

b iker 

1 1 John K. McLellan 
S. Looertson 

Ah. McEvven, seaman 

12 Rcbi. Heaton, spirit 

dealer 

13 Win, Duncan, druggist 

14 Daniel Baxitr, c^,al 

dealer 
Mrs Crompton 
Miss Claris. 
Mrs Barr 

Dirdr.ck Unverz ct 
Alex. Lister, floriso 
1 Barr 

5 W W Rathie 
Misses A.&E. Mitchell 

milliners 
Miss Eliz. Jessan ine 



Walter W. Rathie 
17 Mrs Gray 

Pdter McAdam, gent. 
19 John Cunningham 

John May, reporter 

Mrs Donald 

New Public Halls- 
Daniel Dunctn 

A. Ca u i b 11 stationer 

Arch. McG.lp, shoe 
maker 

19 James Heron, grocer 

20 Margaret and John 

Heron, bak rs 

21 William Cutnbertson, 

gardener 

22 Miss Mary Gilchr'st 

23 Jas Maxwtl!, conf c 

li mer 

24 Mrs My. Cunningham 
Robert Lau;bie, gar- 
dener 

Mathew Henderson 

shoemaker 
Mrs Cch. McConechy 
Jane Lamb e, s duster 

25 Daniel Reid, surgeon 

26 Mrs Mary McLellan 

27 Miss Hart, dressmaker 
Miss Isa. McLachlan 
Mrs Margt. Hunter 
Angus Mc Alpine 

28 Mrs Eliz, Latta or 

Mill r 
Miss Eliz. Miller 
Miss Graca Duncanf 
| Arch. Duncan, joiner 
Susan Ferguson 
Miss Janet McEie 
Miss A^nes Graham 
M ss Caih. Graham 

30 John Lamont, fisher- 

man 
Miss Dalziel 
Mrs Margt. Hunter 
Miss My. Ann Duncan 
Miss Mary McK rdy 
Arch. Graham, bath- 
man 
Miss M'Kean 

31 Miss Margt. Heron 
Mrs McCarthy 
Miss Agnes Herbert 



Eden place. 

Js. McKirdy, dyer 
Alexander Earquh ir 
Miss Emily McPuer- 

son 
I Rbt. Morrison joiner 
Mrs Janet Duncan 
171 Colin Wilson, gar- 
dener 
Janus Kelly, painter 
David Henderson 
Jas. Ktrr, sculptor 

Elysium. 

1 T ios. Rod er, gentle" 

man 

2 Thomas Graham 

3 Miss Cadenhead 

5 Thos. Girwood, farmer 

6 Chas Bruce 

7 Miss Eliz, Miller 
Miss Jane Miller 

Miss Agnes Miller 
9 Peter B, Eerguson, 
auctioneer 
10 Ann & Ca:h. McKirdy 

Ferguson place. 

1 Miss Yuill 

2 James Crawford 
Miss Aikenhead 

3 Mrs Jiliz. Murray 

4 Mrs Ingleton 

5 Jaimesou 



Gallowgute street \ 

33 William Tnorburn 
hsherman 

31 Mis Mary M.Pnail 
Mrs McTavibh 
M ss Hart 

29 John T.Harvey, stew- 
ard 

27 Donald W. McQueen 
spirit merchant 

25 Do. 

23 Miss Grc. McKechnie 

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W. 4 G. Dalrymple, 

merchant 
Mrs Janet Browa 
Matthew Cioggie, gas 

inspector 
J. Wardrop, grocer 
21 John Lamont, baker 
Mrs James Aitchison 
Mrs Lang 
James Cunningham 
Jn. McNao, tinsmith 

19 John Lamont, baker 

17 John Stark, painter 
15J Malcoin Crawford, 

boatman 
Mrs C. Taylor 
14 Mrs Lamont 
13 Peter Duncan, shoe- 
maker 
Joseph Halbert, slater 
Walter Eisl^r 
John McAlpine con- 
fectioner 
Robert Shields, shop- 
man 

11 Ross McG-uiunes, 

spirit- dealer 
9 Did. Buchanan, baker 
7 Andrew Laird, shop- 
man 
John Patience shoe- 
maker 
Jas Moore, tailor 
Robt. Lidlle, cook 
7 F. H. Squaiv.flesher 
3 Mrs Wm. Hill, 
I Mrs Janet Neilson 

20 Mrs Joseph Wilson, 

18 Alex. Stewart, tailor 
Mary Martin 
Margt. Mitchell 
John Bell 

Mrs Lees 
16 Andw. Laird, cook 
14Tnos. Graham, tailor 

12 John Patience, grocer 
10 Miss Busby, midiner 

P. W. Hay, dyer 
Miss Grace Yates 
Mrs Gilchrist 
Jn. R,ankine, seaman 
J . Car michael, grocer 



6 Mrs Brown, grocer 
4 A McKechnu, chini 

merchant. 
2 Mrs John Robison, 

touacconist 



Glenhead place. 

Hugh Beith, flesher 
Jhn. M'Ewen 

Miss Janet Macbeth 



Gowanfield place. 
Peter Couper, tailor 

Thos. Taylor, grocer 

James McAuly, clerk 
Mtthew Urie, joiner 

Chas. McLean, joiner 

Guildford square. 

Bute Arms Hotel — Rbt. 
Smith 

Bank of Scotland — Rbb. 
McKirdy, agent 

William Djdds, spirit- 
dealer 

Livingstonia Temper- 
ance Hotel— 

Chas. Muir, baker 

Peter Scewart, banker 

Clydesdale Bank— Peter 
Stewart, agent 

Havelock terrace 

Rt. McAlpine, burgh- 
collector 

Mrs McDonald 

Robert Stewart, grain 
dealer 

John Campbell, shoe- 
maker 

Mrs Jarman 

Richard Bowles 



High Craigmore. 

Chas. Dalrymple, M.P. 
Ardencraig 



Max. MilLr, gentleman 
Hugh Simpson, farmer 
Mrs Anna M. Brucj 
Miss Agnes J. Le Neve 
Miss Jes-ie E. Mylne 
Miss Margt. M. Mylne 
A. Scott 
Joan Brown, gardener 

High street. 

1 A. McGilp, watch- 
maker 
5 John R. Thomson, 
architect 
7 Mrs Chas. Simpson 

9 
11 Hugh O'Neil, fi h- 

merchant 
13 C. Muir, baker 
17 Robert Hunter, baker 
J. C. Stewart, grocer 
19 A. and T. Moodie, 
b'acksmichs- 
Mrs Helen McKmlay 
Hugh jfQ Neil, fisner- 

man 
Peter Wilson, black- 
smith 
D. Crawford 
21 Jos Haggerty, b irber 
23 John Hay, broker 
25 Alexander G-dbraith, 

spirit dealer 
27 Jn. Ferguson, spirit 
dealer 
Mrs Marion McDou- 

gall 
Mrs Robert Shearer 
29 Rbt. Burness, saddler 
31 Burgh Office— Robert 
M -Alpine, collector 
33 Police Office, Math- 
ew Waters, superin- 
tendent 
35 County Office — John 
T. Wilson, clerk of 
supply 
37 County Police Office 
— Jn. McKay, cap- 
tain 
Angus McAlpine, 
office keeper 



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39 John Montgomerie, 
baker 

39a John Cruickshanks, 
plumber 
Morrison Bro., build- 
ers 

39b John Cruickshanks, 
senior, plumber 
John Cruickshanks, 
junior, plumber 

41 Bute Estate Office- 
John W. Stuart, 
tact or 
Robert Mclntyre, 
ground officer 

43 John G-. Godwin, 
Dugal.l Sinclair 

49 Annie Kaye 

51 Walt. N .Macpherson, 
stoker 

57 James Dobbie, gar- 
dener 

65 T. Mason, grocer 

67 Patrick Mdver, la- 
bourer 
Mrs Brown 
Mrs Mary Connell, 
Jn. G-ithri,-, stoker 
69 James Curran, la- 
bourer 
71 Michael Curran, la- 

bourer 
75 Thos. M'Lellan 
77 Danie> Lugton, baker 
79 Geo'ge Pj,ton, dyer 
81 Jn. Marshall, mason 
Mrs Ann Taylor 
Fran. McCornbe, labr. 

Bx>3 r , tailor 
Mrs Agnew 
Cnarles Galloeher, 

labourer 
Frank M'Conibe 

66 Mrs Cunnirguam, 

grocer 
85 Sam. Harvry, coal 

dealer 
89 Samuel McGovern, 
labourer 
Archd. M'Intyre, car- 
penter 
Miss Kedy 



Jn. M'Taggart, plas- 
terer 
David Bine, labourer 
91 Mrs Blue, grocer 
93 Mai. McKellar, cow- 
feeder 
Wm. Black,carter and 
carriage hirer 
95 David Kirkwood, 

cart wright 
97 Thomas McKirdy, 
blacksmith 
Duncan M'Nicol 
99 Mrs Ann M<Kirdy 
High Street Mission 
Initiatory School 
101 Mrs W. Marshall 
105 Free Church Misn. 
Daniel McKay la- 
bourer 
Archibald Bell, la- 
bourer 
Mrs Mclntyre 
Patrick Brady, la- 
bourer 
Donald McPherson, 
labourer 

D. Sincla'r, butcher 
J as. Boyle, labourer 
Jn. McLynch, labr. 
Jo. Wilson, labourer 
Daniel Sim,fisherman 
Will. Sim, fisherman 
Mrs Turner 
Thomas Campbell, 

labourer 
Hu. Boyle, labourer 
111 Mrs George Creeth 
J. M'Douirall, pedlar 
James Be 1, labourer 
Al x. Boy, tailor 
Mrs Ann Murphy 
Mrs D. McDavitc 
Mrs Docherty 
James Cunningham 
Daniel Gilchrist, 
teacher 
John Cunningham, 

stoker 
Mrs Stout 
113 John McFarlane, 
mason 



Sam. Harvey 

115 Archibald Duncan, 
mason 

John McKih'ay 
117 Fonar. grocer 

119 Js. Cardeii/labouier 

John Harvey, dyker 
121 Kerr, mason 

Sam. Harvey, dyker 

Thos. M'lver 

M 'Kin n on, labour* r 

Mrs Hyndmau 

Ji hu B. Harvey, sea- 
m.in 

Js. McKicnon, la r. 
Mrs Taylor 
147 John Penireigh 

Nvil Dewar 

Duncan W r eir, wood- 
cutter 

Rt. Ferguson, drainer 

Mis Mary S.iarp 

Foley House — Mi's 
Jane Muir 
161 James Paterfoa 

M;ss M'Intyre 

Mrs Turner 
163 David Wilson, clerk 

Public Park 

116 Michael Cuthben- 
son, gardener 

114 Do. Do. 

Mrs Jean Robertson 
112Broad Croft Weaving 
Factory— A. & J. 
McKirdy 
110A n. Gilchrist, sculp- 
tor 
Mrs McDonald 
Daniel McAlpine, 

paintpr 
Mrs Matilda Bryce 
Allan Gilchrist, sculptor 
104 Neil Ferguson, labr. 
96 Neil Wilsou, gardener 
86 Public School — John 
McKay, r. e. i. s., 
head-master 
Robert McKinnell, 
anitor 
84 Duncan, seaman 

Dan. Laurie, eng njer 
143 



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82 Mrs M. Henry, grocer 
Paul Mcllmoil, la- 
bourer 
Malcolm Hyndman, 
78 Fnly. McKirdy, joiner 
J. Docherty, labourer 
76 Cn.MeKmzie, stoker 
Jo -in Keith, bottler 
Charlotte Mclutyer 
Catherine McLean 
70 Js. M'N il, labourer 
James Simpson, con- 
tractor 
Misses Yuille 
M. Moffat labourer 
66 J. Cunningham, gro- 
cer 
64 J. & C. Macfie, grain 

dealers 
62 Pet. Thomson, fisher- 
man 
Mrs Livingstone 
60 Mrs Andrew Turn- 

bull, groc.r 

58 Mrs Aud. Turnbull, 

proc.r 

Mrs N\ i McFarlane 

56 Js. Gemmel, drainer 

Jas. McAlasttr, lace 

polic i officer 
Mrs Mary McDonald 
David Stewarc, Stevi- 

dore 
John Barr, joiner 
54John McMillan, cab- 
man 
John McNaught 
50 Jii. McCaiiuni, joiner 
48 John McGuire, 
48 Geo. Taylor, boatman 
Jas. McD ma d, labr. 
Alex. McDonald, labr. 
46 William Pinkertou, 
44 Aix. Miller, chimney 

sweeper 
42 Wm. Fauld3 
36 D^d. Macfie, painter 
24 Hugh Sharp, grocer 
22 Thus. Giichr.st, spirit 

dealer 
20 Do. 

16 James Dobbie 

144 



N. S. Savings Bank 
6 Jas. Macfie, groc :r 
4 John McKiniay, Te m 

peranca Hotel 
2 George Hicks & Son 

druggists 

Hillhouse road. 

2 John Miller, slater 
Andw Claik, police- 
officer 
William Kirkpatrick, 

tailor 
Mrs Balfour 
Mrs Campbt 11 

4 Mrs Douglas 
James Dutnie 
Mrs Dickie 

Matth Scoot, glazier 
John Halbert, mason 
Mrs Margt. McDonald 

6 Mrs BirrelJ 
Samuel McKim 
John Bayue, clerk 
John Scott, joiner 

Miss Mary Young 
Thos. Ormsby. shoe 
maker 

8 John Leitch, shoe 

maker 
Mrs Mary Nat ier 
1 Isabella Gray 
Duncan Morrison 
Js. McMi Ian, carter 
John Gilchrist, shoe- 
maker 

5 Mrs My. Macfar'ane 
James Duncan 

B, >bert Macalpine, 
butcher 

James Moir, tobac- 
conist 

Js. McFyden, painter 

7 Jus. Shand, painter 

9 Alex. Galbraith 

11 John Brodie, carpen- 
ter 

Mrs Margt. Taylor 

Mrs Bremner 

Jas. Cameron, baker 
14 Duncan McDonald 
16 Mts B'ckw ; t! V He 



Eliz. & My. Macfie 
Mrs Isa. Paterson 
George Crichtou 

13 Lachlan Milloy, iron- 

monger 

Inker man terrace 

Samuel Miller, spin* 

d.al r 
tMrs J me McPherson 
Misses Mary & Anne 
Stewart 

John sti-eet. 

Daniel Miller, grocer 
Mrs O'Neil 

6 Wm. McDougal, labr. 
8 

10 Jas. McQuistin, plas- 
terer 
9 Jas. McKirdy, manu- 
facturer 

7 Alex Cra" ford 

5 Jas. McBnde, joiner 
Kt. McBnde, black- 
smith 

King street. 

2 D miel Baxter, coal- 

merchant 
Ju. Gallocher, pauper 

3 Alex. Mclver 
Mi s Crawford 
John Morrison, gar- 
den ^r 

Mrs Eliz. Frew 

6 Mrs Graham 

11 Wit. Gibs n, lather 
Thomas Simpson, car. 

riags hirer 

12 Mrs Bonald 
Mrs Highgate 

Jas. McDonald, la- 
bourer 
Mrs McFarlane 

14 Geo. McLellan, gar- 

dener 
Patrick Torpey, sea- 

man 
Dl. Duncan, porter 
Janet Gordon 



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15 Jas. Derby, baker 

16 Robt* Brown, grocer 
Alex. Carrie, labourer 
John S$3\vait Black, 

boatman 
Alex. Blue, joiner 

17 Robt. Brown, grocer 

Ladeside street 

Mrs Martin 
12 Mrs McGregor 
14 Slaughter house 

Jas. Kirkland, la- 
bourer 
16 Charles McLean, la- 
bourer 
'Hugh McDonald, la- 
bourer 

18 Neil Blue 

20Dav. Perry, potato- 
dealer 
Sarah McDougall 
22 Stirratt, stoker 

Daniel Mckechnie, la- 
bourer 
Duncan Campbell, la- 
bourer 
Wm. Burnett 
26 Mrs H. McDonald 

Miss Ann Mc Alpine 
r Marion McDonald 
30 Dl. McArthur, slater 

Jn. Curran, labourer 
34 Peter Fletcher, la- 
bourer 
Mrs McMillan, wash- 
erwomen 
Mrs McNeil 
38 Mrs Gibson 

Wlm. Lindsay, coach- 
painter 
42 Mary M'Ewen 
John Shaw, carter 
Mrs Isabella Terrier 
48 James McKellar, sea- 
man 
46 Mrs Jemima Faulds 
Mrs Janet Reid 
H. Burnet 
50 Mrs Flora Kennedy 
/Jas. Garswell, seaman 



52 Matthew Duncan, 

plasterer 
54 Mrs Alex. Stirling 
Thos. Dymoek 
Alexander Crawford 
Mrs Janet Marshall 
56 John Johnston, shoe- 
maker 
Mrs Campbell 
Mrs Macfie 
— Alex. Crawford, coal- 
dealer 
Mrs McCabe 
7 A. Burton, joiner. 

3 Gas Works 

1 James C. Sinclair, 

gas manager 

Lily Oak terrace. 

Alx Cunningham, tea- 
cher 
Christina Stewart 
Archibald Gampbell, 

carpenter 
Jas. Duncan, farmer 
Thos. Letters 

Mc Mister's court. 
am. Rippie, labourer 
h . McKay, fisher- 
man 
John Robertson, labr. 
Widow Currie 
Donald McLachlan, 

labourer 
Jn. O'Donald labr. 

Murdoch, labr. 
Mary Lee 
Alex. Campbell 
Peter Mullen, labr. 

Mackinlay street. 
Miss Jane Buchanan 
Mrs Margt. Mitchell 

MacnaVs brae. 

2 Mrs Donaldson 

4 John Glen, pilot 

L !45 



Marine place. 

28 

27 Malcolm McCallum 
25 Arthur Allan, iron- 
monger 
24 James Macfarlane, 

gentleman 
23 David Wallace, manu- 
facturer 
23 Mrs Eliz. Anderson 
20Mrs Agnes Hamilton 
19 Isa, & 3ane Granger 
18Wm. McGee, engineer 
17 Miss Annie Armour 
17 John Ferrie, manu- 
facturer 
John McKay 
16 Miss Susan Reid 

Miss Mary Mathew 
15 Aw. Robertson, por- 
tioner 
Miss Eliz. Allan 
Jane Wilson 
Thos. Nisbet, bedding 
manufacturer 
14 Cath. K. Stewart 

Barb. R. C. Stewart 
13 Margt. McMillan or 

Lynch 
12 John Ker 
10^ Alex. McKinnon 
9 Miss Abigial Stewart 
9 Miss Jane Provan 

144 
MrsMcGlsshan 
7 Mrs Farrely 
Miss Margt. Brown 
James Fyfe, carpenter 
6 Miss McKirdy 
5 Jas. Hamilton, archi- 
tect 
4 Misses Christina and 

Isabella Buchan 
3 Math. Foulds, gentle- 
man 
2 Mrs Sophia Redpath 
or Johnston 



Meado 



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Jn. McDonald, gar- 
dener 

Robert Brown 

Malcolm Mclntyre, 
labourer 

H. M'Do&ald, rdmad. 

Mill street, 

Ed. McKay, fsher- 

man 
Pck. Freel, labourer 
Malcolm Fisher, la- 
bourer 

Mrs Euphcmia Black 
4 Wm. Mcrnt,ct , joiner 
John Carswell 
Mrs Robertson 
Mrs Campbell 
Murdoch McTag- 
part, labourer 
Allan McKechnie, la- 
bourer 
1G Alex. Perry,, grocer 
14 Rbt. McBridtv carter 
Wm. Bowman, joiner 
Jas. McBride, joiner 
16 John Perry, coal 
merchmt 

19 Francis Dewar, car- 

penter 

20 Arch. M'Intyre 
Thorn aa Melver 
Mrs Kemp 

Wm, McMillan, cab- 
man 
22 Mai. McPhee, labour. 
Mrs Keihercote 
Hn. Derby, slater 
A'ex. Rodericksou 
24 MhI. McFie, groctr 
26 Jas. M'D^rmott, la- 
bourer 
28 Jas. Patrick, porter 
Matth, McCormack, 
mason 

Archibald Campbell 
§0 Thomas Aitehison, 

grocer 
32 Wm. Mclntyre, labr. 
Mai, M'Millan 
Adam D.Martin, mlr. 
14A 



Jn. D ocherty, porter 
Js. McConechy, labr. 
Peter Gillies,, stoker 
Don. McLean, labr, 
John M'Kay, labr. 
34 Jn. Walker,, engineer 
Jas.Campbell, stoker 
Dun, Smith, labourer 
Dane in McMillan 
38 Jn. McMurchy, labr, 
Wm. McLean, labr. 
Mrs Janet Neilson 
Archibald MeMillan, 
labourer 
44 Ned M'Leod, mason 
46 And, Hai ', farmer 
Corn Mill— T W. ols 
Bute Certified Indus- 
trial School — Owen 
Milne, suoerintndt. 
Ts. Mitchell, uphlstr. 
27 Hu,M,Miilan,barber 
25- Thos, Colviile, grocer 
23 Mathw.Cannon, shoe- 
maker 
21 Wm. Thomson, joiner 
TuosWesh 
Ed, MeNab, joiner 
Mrs Mary M'Taggart 
Wm, Walker, labr, 
John McKellar 
19 Ax. McMillan, quar 
rier 
Arch. McKellar 
Daniel Ross 
Hu. McLean, labr. 
Janet Glen 
Eiiz. McNeil 
Wm. Thomson, joiner 
17 Ts. Colviile, grocer 
13 Ml. Buchanan, grocer 
11 Dd.Cannning, shmkr 
9 Janet McEie 
Ml. Buchanan, grocer 
M ss Joan Taylor 
Jn, McTaggart, labr. 
5 Mas Pettr Graham 
3 Do. 

Robt. Fowlis, mason 
Js. McAuslan, cook 
Mrs Campbell 
1 Mrs M'Ewen 
Miss Mary Black 



John Cochrane, jun^ 
plasterer 

Minister's true. 
John Duncan, coal 

agent 
3 Mrs Cath. Graham 
Mrs Kelly 
Rev. J K Hewison, 

Parish Man»i 
James McQuistan,. 

plasterer 
Mrs Marion Neilson 
Ed. M'Tavish 
Mrs Graham 



Montague street. 

1 7 Ebenezer Stewart, 

cork -cutter 
115 R. Paterson, uphold 

sterer 
113MissHannay 
111 Mrs Agnes Dickie, 

grocer 
109 Mrs Ann McLachlan 
J. Robertson, tailor 
James j-homson, la- 
bourer 
Miss Mary Young 
Mrs Currie 
107 David I. Morris 

baker 
105 John Gordon, dairy- 
man 
101 J. C. Neilson, baker 
99 Dav. McKay, grocer 
97 Miss Eliz. Robertson 
Robt. Brown, town- 
crier 
William Campbell, 

fltsher 
Mrs Susan Brown 
William Weir 
Jn. McKay, labourer 
95 Wm.CampbelLflesher 
93 John Brown, green- 
grocer 
91 A. & E.Macfie, green- 
grocer 
89 Mrs Wiseman, wash* 
erwomaa 



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87 Dav. Lawson, biker 


19 Thos. Thomson, iron- 


74 Mrs Shearer, ho 7 


85 Mrs Isa. Hutchison 


monger ' 


Gallowgate 


83 Christison J., joiner 


James Bryle, porter 


70 Mrs Jessie Buchanan, 


Mr-; Jfiin^s Stewart 


Mrs Robert Brown 


spirit-dealer 


Caroline Curlis 


15Tnomas McNab, tin 


68R)bt. Brown, iron- 


81 Lachlin MjLachlan, 


smith 


monger 


flesher 


13 W. Thomson, draper 


J. Morrison 


79rrJam s Cunningham. 


11 Hect. McLeish, tenter 


Mrs Wilson 


grocer 


Hugh Mclntyrv, car- 


64 Wm. Hunter, drug- 


79 Catherine Duncan, 


penter 


gist 


milliner 


" RawcLff e, " Masonic 


62 Hugh Morton, grocer 


77 Robert McGowau, 


Hall 


60 Wm. Reid, hatter 


seaman 


8 Dl. Thomson, heritor 


58 Wm. Perston, carrier 


M-s M irgt. Rocldie 


9 Miss Mgt. Campbell 


56 Alexander Anderson, 


75 Miss Heaton 


7 Miss Marat. D. Bain 


cabinet-maker 


71 Dug ild Weir, shoe- 


Capt, M 'Tag gar t 


54 HughM'Gmty,ham& 


maker 


5 Jn. Duncan. 


egg dealer 


69 Jas. Smith, bak >r 


1 John M. Smith, inn- 


52a Mrs A. Gilchrist, 


65 Mil. Weir, tinsmith 


keeper 


stationer 


61 M ss s E nnia and 


106 Miss Yates, eating- 


52 John Spence, slater 


Helen Clark, con- 


house keeper 


Arch. McGilp, Jan., 


fectioners 


104 Miss Grace Young 


carrier 


59 Malcolm Buchman, 


Mrs Carmichael 


Arch. M'Gilp, carrier 


grocer 


102 Daniel Cunningham, 


50 Aiex. Duncan, tailor 


57 Miller & Co., drapers 


plumber 


46 John Macfie, tailor 


55 Miss M'Lea, dress- 


100 Mrs McQuistati, con- 


48 John MuCorcl, confec- 


maker 


tec ticner 


tioner 


M. s John Scott, china- 


98 Jn. McCallum, joiner 


Thomas Mitchell 


d» ah r 


Robina McCallum 


Grace McFie 


5 [John Back, grocer 


Archibald Campbell, 


James McKay 


49Biyce Ferguson, sta- 


seaman 


44 Robert White, shoe- 


t.oner 


Win, Piper, mechanic 


m aker 


47 Arch. Murray, carrier 


?6 S. MCallum, groc r 


42 Wm. Percy, shoemkr. 


Eliz. Canipbe.i 


94 Jas. Thompson, shoe- 


38 James McCrone, 


45 Lachlan Milloy, iron- 


maker 


draper 


mo iger 


92 R. M. McSkimming, 


36 Mrs Jane Railton, 


43 M. & G. Innes, fur- 


fancy goods dealer 


milliner 


niture dealers 


90 Js. Stevenson, baruer 


32 M'Intyre, grocer 


41 Stewart Institute 


Mrs Knox 


30 Isaac Scott, china 


33 A. Brown, & Son, 


Mrs Smith 


dealer 


dra- ers 


A. Laird 


28 Chas McKay 


29 Jn. C. Sharp, draper 


88|Mrs Wright 


Isaac Scott 


28 Jno. McCLllan, boat- 


86 Donald C. Murray, 


Jo&eph Hag.erty 


man 


painter 


JohnMcGovern, tailor 


27 Hu£g Tho?., tobacco- 


84 Do. 


26 Chas. McKay, clothier 


nist 


Capt. Cami bell 


24 Joseph Yatts, res- 


25 Mrs Eliz. Watson 


83 Lachian M 'Lachlan. 


taurater 


Arch. McGilp, sen., 


Stewart, engineer 


22 Robt McGilp, watch- 


bootmaker 


82 Mrs McAlpine milnr. 


maker 


23 L. McPherson, sta- 


80 Mrs Mary Mc Arthur 


20J Gray & Son, shoe. 


tioner 


78 Geo. Hill, hosier 

yg James Bone 

Mrs Arch. Adams 

i 


makers 


21 Archibald Mcintosh, 


20 Charles T. Hicks, 


druggist 


druggist 147 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



JRothesay. 



10 Isa. & Jnt. Thomson, 

shoemakers 
9 John M'Clellan, boat- 
man 
8 Sergt. M. Madden 
Miss Marti a 
Miss Isa. Thomson 
Thomas [Gilchrist, 

spirit- dealer 
,.Tas Frew, manufac- 
turer 
Miss Burns 
6 A. M'Lachlan, grocer 

Mountpleasant rd 

Arthur Swanston, 
grocer 

Mrs Mc Arthur 

Adam Hunter, grocer 

Wm, Lo an, grocer 
Jas. Marshal', tailor, 

Duncan B 11, ship- 
master 

Mrs Eliz. Ewing 

Mrs Meikle 

Wm, Grant, sheriff- 
oflBcer 
Eaglesham, D. M. Taylor 

Mrs Agnes Brown 

Donald Grant 

Peter Leith 

James Eorfar 

William A. Wilson, 
printer 

Duncan Brown,gentle- 
man 

Miss Gilmour 

Dl. M. Taylor, wine 
merchant 

Mountstuart road. 

Provost Sharp, Mayfield 

1 Mrs Wm. Herbert 

2 James Macfie, grocer 

3 John A. Mackechnie, 

gentleman 

4 Robert Orkney, sen., 

draier 
Kobert Orkney, jun., 
draper 

148 



Miss Janet Orkney 
5 Miss Mclntyre 
7 GlenburnHydropathic 
Establ shment 
Dr Philp 
Donald Lamont 
Miss Orr 

Duncan McOal'nm 
William Blackstock, 

flesh er 
Mk Joaes 
Mrs Duncan 
Pvobt. Do-\ne, dyer 
Hugh McFarlaue 
Dr Mclnnes 
10 Daniel Thompson 
H Mis^ Mary Kelly 

12 Capt. H ctr Macfie 

13 Mrs Ann Brow n 

14 Captain Dalgl ish 

15 John Kidd, inspector 

of poor 

16 Dn. Campbell, gentle, 

man 

17 C. Savage 

18 M ss Mary Thomson 
Miss Margt White 
John Jamieson, mer- 
chant 

Ax. Campb 11, st(am- 

b >at owner 
Mrs Ewing 
Jn. McLay, plumber- 
Mrs Small 

Orcadia. 

1 Rev. Robert Jackson 

McGeorge 
3 Miss Agnes Russell 

Miss Ewing 
Matthew D. Goodwin 
5 
6 John Orkney, draper 



Quay, 



Caledonian Railway 
Ticket Office 

Neil McLean, steam- 
boat agent 

Robt. Watson, steam- 
boat agent 



Adam Boyd, steam, 

biat a?ent 
James T. Park,steam. 

boat agent 
Joseph Yates, town 

weigher 
P. B. Eerguson, steam 

boat agent 

Roslin place. 
John Thoburn, fisher^ 

man 
Ths. Thorburn, fisher-. 

man 
John Haig, painter 
Mrs Tiorburn 
Wm. Kean, vanman 
Wm Thorium 
Mrs Neil MeKellar 
Jsab4U Kennedy 
Alice Jan ; Kennedy 
Miss, Hart 
Rev. Mr Sorbie 
Miss M'Kirdy 



Royal terrace. 

1 Miss MarionGoodwin. 

3 Mrs Helen Lochhead 

4 Charles Lyon, inland 

revenue officer 

5 Miss Isa. Jacks n 

b' Mrs Martha McKdlar 

7 Miss Margt. Welsh 

8 Misses Richmond 

10 Miss Georg. Vallanea 
Craigmore Pier — 
Arch. Turner pier^ 
master 



Russell street 

Estab. Gaelic Church 
— Rv. N. McKiniioa 
17 Js. McDonald, lab,. 
Jn. Campbell, lab. 
Js. Conuell, lab. 
Mrs Curley 
Cln. Currie, lab. 
Ax. Gilmour, lab. 



Burgh of 



Street List 



Rothesay. 



18 D. Lugton, bakir 

19 Arch. McKay 
Isa. Johnston 

Jos. Rutherford, msn. 
Geo. Neilson, seaman 

man 
John McLean 
Dd. Bijattie, lab. 
Mrs Fer_ r uson, 
James Woods, miller 

20 Hu. Black, sen., 

cattle-dealer 
Quintin B. McLellan, 

blacksmith 
Jn. McArthur, cutler 



JRusselVs buildings. 

Dld.McBrayne, msn. 

Mrs Kislop 

Montgmry. Cunning- 
ham, painter 

Mrs Lindsay 

Dan. Lugton, baker 

W. Thomson, fisher 
man 

Robt. Bone, mason 

Bryce McMillan 
cartwright 



Serpentine road. 

Mrs Jackson 
Rev. Dp. Sommerville 
Rt. Mclntyre, firmer 
MrsDorothea Garrand 
John Paterson 
William Jamieson 
Alex. Listtr, gardener 
Robert Heaton 
Hu. Anderson, flesher 
Mrs Adamson 

Mrs Taylor 
James T. Donald, sur- 
geon 
Martin McGillivray 

sheriff officer 
W. Stewart, painter 
Robert Thompson 



Staffa place. 
Jas Carmichael, grocer 
Mrs Lundie 
Alex. Weir, fisherman 
Don. McArthur, gar- 
dener 
Wm. Hunter, mason 
John Watson, mason 
John Simpson, cabman 
Edward McCjrmick, 

mason 
John Hunte*, mason 
Js. McDonald, hawker 
Allan McLean, black- 
smith 
John Clark, labourer 
Jas. McGregor, joiner 
John Ash croft 
Adam Angus, joiner 
Thomas Coates 
Wm. Marshall, plum- 
ber 
Duncan Black 
Malcolm Bowie, baker 
Don. See wart, gar- 
dener 
Mrs Mary Walker 
Alex. Duncan, gar- 
dener 
Mrs Lang 
Mrs Neil Shaw 
William McArthur, 

ploughman 
Geo. McBridge, la- 
bourer 
Neil Miller, boatman 
Mrs McCallum 
DJ. Black, carpenter 
Thos. Wallace, agent 
Joseph Comley 
John McLean, mason 
Francis Murphy 

Store lane. 

21 Archibald McMdlan, 
carter 
Victoria Hall 
And. Smith, uphol- 
sterer, Literary hall 



Stewart & Co., seed 

merchants 
Moodie & Wallace 

carriage hirers 
Wm. Moodie, veter- 
inary surgeon 
Pt. McLellan, cooper 
16 Mrs Janet Duncan 
Wm. Duncan, tailor 
Mrs Cath. McLaren 
Jessie Dune m 
14 James M'Neil 
12 Jas. Mac lie grocer 
10 Mrs Slaven 
Mrs McLeish, 
Mrs McArthur 
2 John Birr, joiner 
Susan Dugau 
Jas. Slaven, dealer 



Stuart street, 

Mrs A. Melrose 

John Baxter, stoker 

11 D. Mitchell fruiterer 

9 Bruce M'Millan, cart 

wright 

John Ferguson, spirit 

merchant 
7 John Spence, slater 
3 John Faulds, sen., 

carter 
Lachlan McLean cab- 



Tower street 

4 Daniel M. Taylor, 
wine merchant 
Mrs Janet Napier 
10 Mr3 Milne, grocer 
12 Jn. McKay, labourer 
14 William Cunningham 
labourer 
Mrs Derby 
Mrs Ke n 
16 Wm. Lyle, druggist 
Miss Mary and Jane 

Campbell 
Hector McKinnon, 
Btationer 

149 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



Rothesay. 



J, McFarlane, spirit- 
dealer 
7 D Thompson, boot- 
maker 
G. Livingstone sadd- 
ler 8 
5D1. "m. T.iylor, wine 
merchant 
Wm, Grant, auction- 
neer 
1 Rt. McLaren, banker 



Townliead. 

Hngh Baxter, grave- 
cliupcrer 

Bush— Robt. White- 
ford, hedgar 

John Lyle, mason 

Mrs Johnstone, 

Parish Church— Rev. 

J. King Hewison 
Robert- on Stewart 

Hospital 

Union street. 

Mrs Goldie 

Rothesay Saw Mills 
— George Haliiday, 
wood merchant 

John Maitlaud, quari- 
er 

Mrs Thos. Clark 

Geo. Haliiday, wood 
merchant 

Dav. Smith, portioner 

Allan Gilchrist, sculp- 
tor 
Weaver, gent. 



Victoria street 

1 Geo. Hicks & Son, 
druggists 

3 John McKim, spirit- 
dealer 

SjMiss Noble 
150 



Geor.e Weir 

Mrs J ->t. McKinlay 
Robt. Christie 
5 Mrs Henderson 
Joun Price, boatman 
7 James Heaton, spirit- 
dealer 
9 Reading Rr om 
Peter Blr. Ferguson, 
auctioneer, house- 
agent, &c. 
Aniiw. Yuill, photo- 
grapiier 
11 Hector McKinnon, 

stationer 
13 Mrs Fleming 
Mrs Ballard 
15 Mrs A. Furrier, to- 
bacconist 
17 Wilsons & C\, fruit- 
erers 
19 Ci nservative Associ- 
ation 
Dan' el Ferguson, gar- 
dv nsr 
21 Post Office — John 

McKinlay, p.m. 
23 Mrs Railton 

Alex. M'Cormiek, 

portion r 
Mrs Jessie Mclntyre 
Miss Le chman 
25 Alex. Ra. kiu,clothi3r 
27 Dl. Duncan, mercht., 
29 Peter Mitchell, car- 
penter 
Alex. Keith, joiner 
27 Jn. Gibson, butcher 
31 Jn. Paterson, draper 
3I£ Agn. W. Henderson 
33 Audw. Dodds, joiner 
35 John Gibson, butcher 
37 Royal B ink of Scot- 
land--Rt. McLaren, 
a^ent 
39 Adw. Hunter, draper 
4 Irs Mary Fisher 
Mrs Gartner 
Wm. Costley, ma3on 
43 Jn. Adamson & Son, 

photographers 
45 Thomas Campbell, 
tobacconist 



47 Ad. Hunter, grocer 
49 Miss Campbell, hosr. 
55 Dl. Thompsan, boot- 
in iker 
57 Victoria Hotel-John 

L. Kel y 
63 Jehn Mc Alpine, ccn- 

conte .-tinner 
65 A. Morrison, draper 
Mrs Cat i. Gough, 
Bryce Ferguson, sta- 

ti ner 
A- d.v. Clark, clerk 
' Mr, Dl. Somerville 
67 Mrs Mdrrisdd, milnr. 
69 M sMcA t ur, mlnr. 
71 Miss G c. McAllister 
Miss Martha Macfte 
Mrs Wright 
Miss Glen 

Mrs M i ry Mclndoe 
2 Mrs Mar_,t. Service, 
fruiterer 
73 Mrs Eiiz. Pr ce 

75 Mrs So.i.merville, toy 

dealer 
Char es Lyon, excise 
officer 

76 M t. & Ann Graham, 

milliners 

77 James McKirdy, toy 

dealer 

79 St. Paul's Episcopal 
Church — R v. R. 
G. Wei Ion, Canon, 
incumbent 

81 Thomas Mitchell, 
upholsterer 

83 And. Y. Silver . 

85 Jn. Mackirdy, drug- 
gist 

87 W. McCulloch, hotel- 
keeper 
Mrs Joseph Wilson, 

89 John Orkney, draper 



Watergate. 

1 Mary Martin, confec- 
tioner 

3 Lome Hotel — Mrs Jn 
Nicholson 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



Rothesay. 



5 Bute Temperance 
Hote'-Wm. Blackie 
Win, Black, grocer 

11 Angus McMillan, car- 

penter 

13 Mrs McMillan, milli- 

ner 
15 DI. McCleary, cook 

19 Mrs Isabella Miller 

21 George McFadzean, 

grocer 

23 James Boyle, spirit 

dealer 
27 Ar 2 yle Hotel — John 

Turner 
29 Music Hall — John 

Duncan 
31 John Dunean, coal 

dealer 
35 Robt.Morrison, joiner 
37 Neil Brown, coal mer- 
chant 
45 Mrs David Kirkwood 
John Murdoch 
John Robertson 
W. Duncan, tinsmith 
D. MoMenemy, stwd 
26 Sheriff Clerk's Office 
Eiscal's Office 

24 James Jeffrey, fish- 

erman 

Alex. Towart, post- 
man 

Chas. McMillan, shoe- 
maker 

Miss. Eliz. Scott 

Mrs White 

22 James McKendriek, 

seaman 

20 Thos. Hunter chim- 

ney sweeper 
18 Jn. Camerou, stoker 
Jn. Currie, seaman 
\ James Bradley 
Wm. Stewart, hawker 
Mrs Gardiner 
D, McLachlan, seaman 

12 Thos. Haig, farmer 

14 R. White, n&hcurer 
14JRothes£iy Chronicle 

Office — Harvey & 
Co,, printers 



16 Henry Saven, fisher- 
man 
Miss Margt. McKay 
8 Arch. Duncan, spirit 
dealer 



West Castle street. 

Wm. Rolertson, baker 
John Sc<ct, dealer 
Martin Innes, pawn- 
broker 
Jos. Rj^s, shopman 
Martin & Geo. Innes, 

pawnbrokers 
John Edgar, tanner 
Arch. Duncan, potato- 
deader 



West Princes st. 

4 Mrs Jane Jamieson 

6 Joim McMillan, cab 

propr^e^or 
8 Mrs Jane Jamieson 
10 Jas Hunter, grocer 
12 Wm. Wilson, tailor 
Walter B.ack, store 

keeper 
Js. Boyle, spirit-dealer 

Gar.iintr, groc^i 
Rout. Kmnaird 
16 Jn. Gardiutr, barber 
18 A. & D. McGilp, 

fleshers 
20 Mrs Murray 

Dan el McGilp,flesher 
James Houston 
Charts Boyle 
22 W & J. Stewart, 

painters 
24 James Wood, carver 
26 Arthur Swanston 
grocer 
Mrs Jn. Nicholson, 
spir.t-deaier 
3 Er<tnc.s Montgomerie 
spirit dealer 

5 Joan Griffiths, sta- 

tioner 
7 Wm. Gordon, mason 



M-s Mary Ferguson 
Mr* Neil, dressmaker 
J, Ross 

Mrs R>bt. Smith 
Mrs Mary Millen 
Mrs Raj 

Robt. Gibson, steam- 
boat a^ent 
15 H nry Slaven, fish- 
dealer 
3 Adam Rutherford, 
painter 
Robt. Paterson 
11 Miss Wallace, milliner 



Wimbleton. 

Rodger Martin 
1 Wm. McKay, rector 
2 Mi ses Buchanan 

3 Dr M'Kinn-s 

4 Ca t iin M'Crone 

5 E. Hill 

6 Mrs Carmichaei 

8 Mrs Fjrrier 

9 J. Wright 



Windsor place. 

William Galloway, 

manufacturer 
James Wallace, cab- 
owner 
Mrs Smith 
Mrs Muil 

Alex. Stewart 

Arch. Dunean 
Mrs Gow 

Neil Kerr 

Duncan Blair 

Miss Ma at 
Andrew Martin 

Colin Wilson 

W, W. Rathie 

Jn. McAlpine, draper 



Wyndham road. 
Mrs Eliz. Duncan 
Mrs Henrietta Reid 
151 



Burgh of 



Street List. 



Rothesay. 



John Barrie, plumber 
Mrs Sutherland 
Mrs McKinnon 
John Fyfe, carpenter 
Peter Guthrie, grocer 
Malcolm McCallam 
Mis Margt. Gilchrist 
Miss Grace Read man 
Bryc^ Martin, cabinet 
maker 



Mrs Christina Binnie 
Dan. McDougal, fish- 
erman 
Jas. McAulay, joiner 



York terrace. 

Jsx Anderson, janitor 
Miss Cuthbert 



Archaeological aac8 
Physical Society's 
Museum 

John Orkney, drape* 

Eobert Macfie 
Joha Edgar, tanner 

Rov. W. Macloy 

Mrs Mary Wilson 



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Take the Girth close behind the shoulders, and multiply it by itself : take the Length from 
the top of the shoulder to the extremity of the buttocks, which, multiplied by the above, 
and divided by 7344, will give the weight of a Pat Animal in Imperial Stones. Should the 
Animal be extra fat, add a twentieth ; and if inferior deduct about the same quantity. 

To find the Weight from the Tables-Look in the column marked Girth for 35, and in the 
column marked Length for 34, and then in the next column, in the same line with the length, 
8 5 stones 91bs., being the Imperial Weight. 

Note.— The Smithfield Weight may be found by multiplying the Imperial Weight by Hand 
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49 3 


59 


50 2 


60 


57 


9 




77 


81 3 


76 


89 7 


50 


33 5 


68 


50 10 


61 


51 12 


62 


59 


8 




79 


83 4 


78 


91 12 


52 


34 10 


70 


52 3 


63 


53 7 


64 


61 


7 


89 58 


62 8 | 


80 


94 3 


54 


36 


72 


53 10 


65 


55 3 


66 


63 


6 




60 


64 10 


94 62 


74 8 


56 


37 5 


74 


55 2 


67 


56 13 


68 


65 


5 




62 


66 12 i 


64 


77 


5S 


38 10 


f5 53 


40 8 


69 


48 9 


70 


67 


4 




64 


66 


66 


79 6 


60 


40 


55 ! 42 2 


71 


60 5 


72 


69 


2 




66 


71 3 


68 


81 11 


62 


41 5 


57 ] 43 10 


73 


62 1 


74 


71 


1 




68 


73 5 


70 


84 3 


64 


42 10 


59 45 3 


75 


63 10 


76 


73 







70 


75 7 


72 


86_ 9 
89^ 


00 


44^1 


61 46 10 


76 64 8 


78 ' 74 


13 




72 


77 9 ' 


74 


68 


45 5 1 


63 4S 4 


77 65 6 


79 75 


13 




74 


79 11 


76 91 6 



West Coast 



Useful Tables. 



Directory 



mi^mmsmm mm wimmm of wm 




IN RICKS OF AN OBLONG FORM. 






To find the Weight from the Table — Look for the length 


n the left hand column, on 


the right of it for the breadth and (mean) height, opposite to which in the next column 


you will rind the weight. 








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3 


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W 


£ 


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Ft 


Sts. 


Ft 


Ft 


Ft 


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Ft 


Ft 


F1 


Sts. 


Ft 


Ft 


Ft 


Sts. 


12 


10 


S 


228 


23 


10 


8 


477 


31 


10 


9 


723 


39 


13 


12 


1577 




11 


9 


308 




11 


9 


590 




11 


10 


884 




14 


13 


1840 




12 


10 


373 




12 


10 


715 




12 


11 


1060 




15 


14 


2123 


13 


10 


8 


269 




13 


11 


S53 




13 


ll 


1253 




16 


15 


2426 




11 


9 


333 




14 


12 


1001 




14 


13 


1462 




17 


16 


2750 




12 


10 


412 




15 


13 


1162 




15 


14 


1687 




IS 


17 


3094 




13 


11 


482 


24 


10 


8 


497 




16 


15 


1928 




19 


18 


3458 


14 


10 


S 


29" 




11 


9 


616 




17 


16 


21S6 




20 


19 


3920 




11 


9 


359 




12 


10 


746 




IS 


17 


2459 


40 


10 


9 


933 




12 


10 


435 




13 


11 


S89 


33 


10 


9 


770 




11 


10 


1140 




13 


11 


519 




14 


12 


1045 




11 


10 


941 




12 


11 


1368 




14 


12 


609 




15 


13 


12 i 3 




12 


11 


1129 




13 


12 


1617 


15 


10 


S 


311 




16 


14 


1393 




13 


12 


1334 




14 


13 


1887 




11 


9 


385 


25 


10 


8 


518 




11 


13 


1557 




15 


14 


2177 




12 


10 


466 




11 





641 




15 


14 


1796 




16 


15 


24S8 




13 


11 


556 




12 


10 


777 




16 


15 


2053 




17 


16 


2S20 




14 


12 


653 




13 


11 


936 




17 


16 


2327 




18 


17 


3173 


17 


10 


S 


352 




14 


12 


1 .-8 




18 


17 


2618 




19 


18 


3546 




11 


9 


436 




15 


13 


1263 


34 


10 


9 


793 




20 


19 


3940 




12 


10 


52S 




16 


14 


1451 




11 


10 


969 




21 


20 


4255 




13 


11 


630 


26 


10 


8 


539 




12 


11 


1163 


42 


10 


9 


980 




14 


12 


740 




11 


i 9 


657 




13 


12 


1375 




11 


10 


1197 


18 


10 


8 


373 




12 


10 


SOS 




14 


13 


1604 




12 


11 


1437 




11 


9 


462 




13 


11 


963 




15 


14 


1951 




13 


12 


1698 




12 


10 


560 




14 


12 


1132 




16 


15 


2115 




14 


13 


1981 




13 


11 


667 




15 


13 


1314 




17 


16 


2397 




15 


14 


2286 




14 


12 


784 




16 


14 


1509 




IS 


17 


25S0 




16 


15 


2613 


19 


10 


S 


394 


1 27 


10 


S 


560 


| 36 


10 


9 


840 




17 


16 


2961 




11 


9 


487 




11 


9 


693 




11 


10 


1026 




18 


17 


3332 




12 


10 


591 




12 


10 


810 




12 


11 


1232 




19 


IS 


3724 




13 


11 


704 




13 


11 


1001 




13 


12 


1456 




20 


19 


4137 




14 


12 


827 




14 


12 


1176 




14 


13 


169S 




21 


20 


4573 


20 


10 


S 


414 




15 


13 


1305 




15 


14 


1960 


43 


11 


10 


1226 




11 


9 


513 




16 


14 


1586 




16 


15 


2240 




12 


11 


1471 




12 


10 


622 


2S 


10 


S 


5su 




17 


16 


2538 




13 


12 


1739 




13 


11 


741 




11 


9 


718 




18 


17 


2856 




14 


13 


2019 




14 


12 


ST1 




12 


10 


S71 


37 


10 


9 


863 




15 


14 


2341 




15 


13 


Kill 




13 


11 


103S 




11 


10 


1055 




16 


15 


2675 


21 


10 


8 


435 




14 


12 


1219 




12 


11 


1266 




17 


16 


3032 




11 


9 


539 




15 


13 


1415 




13 


12 


1496 




IS 


17 


3411 




12 


10 


653 




16 


14 


1618 




14 


13 


1719 




19 


18 


3859 




13 


i ll 


77S 


30 


10 


9 


Too 




15 


14 


2-114 




20 


19 


4236 




14 


l 12 


9i4 




11 


10 


755 




16 


15 


2302 




21 


20 


4682 




15 


13 


li'Ol 




12 


11 


1026 




17 


16 


2699 


45 


11 


11 


1540 


22 




S 


404 




13 


! 12l 1213 




18 


17 


2935 




12 


12 


1840 




11 


9 


504 




14 


i 13 1 1405 


1 


19 


IS 


3-80 




13 


13 


2123 




12 


10 


084 




15 ! 14' 1633 


| 


20 


19 


3645 




14 


14 


2450 




13 


11 


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| 39 


10 


9 


910 




15 


15 


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14 


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10 


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16 


16 


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i 15 


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Dr DANIEL SUTHERLAND, Surgeon 
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